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CENSUS OF INDIA 1981 




SERIES 2 

ANDHRA PRADESH 



DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK 

WAR AN GAL 



PARTS XIII-A ft B 

VILLAGE & TOWN DIRECTORY 
VILLAGE & TOWNWISE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 



S. S. JAYA RAO 

OF THE INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE 

DIRECTOR OF CENSUS OPERATIONS 

ANDHRA PRADESH 



PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 

1986 




FOREWORD 

The district census handbook (DCH) r compiled by the Census Organisatio^oTbehalf of the State 
Governments, is one of the most valuable products of the Census. The DCH is constantly referred to by 
planners, administrators, academicians and researchers. It is inter alia used for delimitation of constitu- 
encies, formulation of local level and regional plans and as an aid to District administration. The district 
census handbook is the only publication which provides Primary Census Abstract (PCA) data upto village 
level for the rural areas and wardwise for each city or town. It also provides data on infrastructure and 
amenities in villages and towns, etc. 

The district census handbook series was initiated during the 1951 Census. It contained important 
census tables and PCA for each village and town of the district. During 1961 Census the scope of the 
DCH was enlarged and it contained a descriptive account of the district, administrative statistics, census 
tables and a village and town directory, including PCA. The 1971 DCH series was planned in three parts. 
Part-A related to village and town directory, Part-B to village and town PCA and Part-C comprised 
analytical report, administrative statistics, district census tables and certain analytical tables based on 
PCA and amenity data in respect of villages, However, in some states it was confined to district census 
tables and in a few cases altogether given up due to delay in compilation and printing. 

While designing the format of 1981 DCH series sorns new features along with the restructuring 
of the formats of village and town directory have been attempted. At the sama time, comparability with 
the 1971 data has also been kept in view. All the amenities except power supply in the village have 
been brought together in the village directory with the instruction that in case an amenity is not available 
in the referrent village the distance in broad ranges from the nearest place where the amenity is available 
may be given. The restructuring of the format of the village directory and incorporating more exhaustive 
data on infrastructure aspect particularly in relation to amenities and land-use pattern is expected to 
further meet the need of micro level planning for rural areas. It is expected to help not only in local area 
planning but regulating the provision of goods and services as well so as to minimise the regional 
imbalances in the process of development, A few new items of information have also bs3n introduced to 
meet some of the requirements of the Revised Minimum Needs Programme, Such new items of information 
as adult literacy centres, primary health subcentres, and community health workers in the village ho/e been 
introduced in the village directory with this objective in mind. The new item on approach to the village 
is to have an idea about the villages in the district which are inaccessible. A new column, "total popul- 
ation and number of households" has been introduced to examine the correlation of the amenities with 
the population and number of households they serve Addition of two more appendices listing ths 
villages where no amenities are available and according to the proportion of scheduled caste and 
scheduled tribe population to the total population has also been made with this view in mind. 

The formats of the town directory have also been modified to meet the requiremants of the 
Minimum Needs Programme by providing information on a few new items. A new statement on civic and 
other amenities in slums in Class I and Class II towns (Statement IV-A) has been introduced with this 
objective in mind. It is expected that this will help the planners to chalk out programmes on provision 
of civic amenities for the improvement of slums. The columns on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes 
population in Statement IV relating to civic and other amenities and adult literacy classes/centres under 
educational facilities in statement V are also added inter alia with this view. A significant addition is class 
of town in all the seven statements of the town directory. The infrastructure of amenities in urban areas 
of the country can be best analysed by taking the class of towns into consideration. The addition of the 
columns on civic administration status and population in a few statements also serves this purpose, 



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Census. 

to further enhance the value of the publication. 



This publication is a joint venture o1 the State Government and the Cnsus Grnonisation. Tho 
data have been collected and complied in the State under the direction of Shri S. S. Jay;. Rao, J A S.. 
Director of Census Operations. Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, on behalf of tho Stato Government which h;s 
borne the cost of printing. The task of planning, designing and coordination of this publication w;is atrwid 
out by Shri N G Nag Deputy Registrar General (Social Studies) of my offico, Dr B.K. Hoy, Dwjnity 
Registrar General (Map) provided the technical guidance in the preparation of tho maps. Daw mcmvnd 
from Census Directorates have been scrutinised in the Social Studies Division at thn head-quartws umior 
the guidance of Shri M. M. Dua, Senior Research Officer. I am thankful to all who havw contributed in 
this project. 



New Delhi P- PADMANABHA 

the 26th Apr! I, 1982 Roflistrar General. Indin 



PREFACE 

District Census Handbook is the most important of the local publications brought out by the 
Census Organisation. This is a joint venture of the State and Central Government. The chapter on HISTORY 
OF DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK details its history and growth right from the inception of Census in 
1872, while the foreword of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India highlights the scope 
and significance of the tremendous improvements brought about from time to time since 1951 to 1981 , in 
the presentation of data so as to meet the demands of planning and administrative needs of the Govern- 
ments and the data users. Needless to say that it is of immense use to planners, administrators, 
academicians, scholars, researchers, social workers, etc. 

The restructuring of the format of the Village Directory at the 1 981 Census has been done particu- 
larly to incorporate the exhaustive data on infrastructure in relation to amenities and land use pattern to 
meet the needs of micro-level and local area planning for rural areas as well as to meet the Minimum Needs 
and Revised Minimum Needs Programmes of the Planning Commission. It is further intended to help 
regulating the provision of goods and services and also to enable minimising regional imbalances in the 
process of development. The formats of the Town Directory have also been modified to meet the 
requirements of the Minimum Needs Programme, by adding statements on civic and other amenities in 
slums in Class I and Class II towns, columns on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes population, 
adult literacy centres, working women's hostels, etc. In the process of collection of data for this volume, 
various State and Central Government departments have extended their kind co-operation The District 
Census Handbook comprises two parts Part A -Detailed analytical note supported by a number of inset 
tables based on Census and non-Census data in relation to infrastructure and Part B -Village and Town 
Directories as well as Primary Census Abstract of Villages and Towns. 

In this joint venture of the State and Central Governments, while the collection, processing 
including compilation, tabulation and finalisation of the write up have been done by the Directorate of 
Census Operations, Andhra Pradesh, under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, the paper 
and printing costs are borne by the Government of Andhra Pradesh State. I offer my grateful thanks to 
Sri S.R. Rama Murthy, I.A.S, (Retd.), former Chief Secretary of the Government of Andhra Pradesh and 
Sri M. Appa Rao, Joint Secretary (Retd.), General Administration (Elections) Department for the kind 
co-operation and encouragement extended by them at the time of 1981 Census. Grateful thanks are also 
due to Sri Shravan Kumar, I.A.S., the present Chief Secretary, Sri B.N. JayaSimha I.A.S., Special Chief 
Secretary, General Administration Department and Chief Electoral Officer who is also in charge of Census 
and to Sri P.V. Gopala Rao, I. A S,, Deputy Secretary, General Administration Department, for extending 
their kind co-operation. The Director of Printing and Stationery has been helpful in selecting good private 
presses for printing the Handbooks. 

My grateful thanks are due to Sri S.S. Jaya Rao, I.A.S., Director of Census Operations, Andhra 
Pradesh, under whose direction the entire Census Operations programme was successfully carried out in 
the State. He has retired from service after superannuation in April, 1984 I am extremely grateful to Sri 
P. Padmanabha, I.A.S., former Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India whose constant 
guidance and advice were a source of strength and to Dr. N.G Nag, Deputy Registrar General (Social 
Studies) who has formulated the contents of the Handbook in detail. Grateful thanks are also due to Dr. 
B K. Roy, Deputy Registrar General (Map) under whose guidance the Map Division has scrutinised the 
district map and the taluk maps evincing very keen interest and to Sri M,M. Dua, Senior Research Officer 
(now Deputy Director), who has scrutinised the data presented here, with very minute care. 1 feel it a 
proud privilege and bounden duty to offer my sincere and grateful thanks to Sri V.S Verma, l.A,S, 
Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India and to Sri V.P. Pandey, Joint Registrar General, India 
for their constant guidance and advice in both administrative and technical matters. 



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have been ably assisted by Sri B. Satyanaraya na, M p Y Smt p Laljthaf lnvost igator who has gained 
Operations, with the assistance of an efficient team , y Research officer, ably guidod the Map 

rich experience and specialised this subject, ar y pub |icat!on. lam thankful to all thosu 



The Bowing offices who have worked on ,he present vdume of Wa,n n ,,.,l Dt,ic Corpus 
Handbook deserve my thanks tor their contribution. 



Sri N. C. Hanumantha Reddy, Tabulation Officer 
Smt, P. A. M. Tayaru, Tabulation Officer 

Sri T. B. Ramchander, Statistical Assistant 



Sri G. K. Yadagiri, Statistical Assistant 

Sri Khamolal, Statistical Assistant 

Smt. J, Sitamahalakshmi, Statistical Assistant 

Sri Y. G. K. Murthy, Statistical Assistant 

Sri M. Ramprasad, Computer 

Smt. B. Kusuma Kumari, Computer 

Kum. Arifa Sultana, Computor 

Smt. A. R. Vidyasri, Computor 

Smt. S. Ambujam, Computor 

Smt. N, Sita Kumari, Computor 

Smt. G. E. Rani, Computor 

Sri K. Ramesh Reddy, Computor 

Sri B. Nadavaiah, Computor 

Sri G. Venkateswara Rao, Computor 



Drafting, Scrutiny and 
f Supervision of Prmtinci 
j 

^ Supervision of Printing 



Collection, Compilation, Scrutiny 
?" of maps and proof ruading 



Dr. (Kum.) Aqueela Begum, Cartographer 

Sri Syed Ahmed, Senior Artist 

Sri M. N. Ram Mohan, Senior Artist 



r Supervision of Mapping Work 
j 



Sri M. J. Sadiq, Senior Draughtsman 

Sri Mohinuddin Hassan, Senior Draughtsman 

Sri B. Raghu Ram f Senior Draughtsman 

Sri K. Dev Dass, Senior Draughtsman 

Smt. Daya Saxena, Artist 

Sri D,, Chiranjeevi Raju, Draughtsman 

Sri M. A. Qadeer, Draughtsman 

Sri B. Ramaseshu, Draughtsman 

Sri. T. Trinadh, Draughtsman 

Sri K. Shyam Prasad Reddy, Draughtsman 

Smt. R,R.S.N. Subba Lakshmi, Draughtsman 

Sri Gulam Hussain Mohinuddin, Draughtsman 

Sri G. Mariyanna, Draughtsman 

Sri M- K. Zahiruddin, Draughtsman 



Preparation of maps 



Sri N. V. Manohar Rao, Senior Steno 

Smt. P. V. D. Lakshmi, Junior Steno 

Smt. Ch. Lalitha Kumari, Junior Steno 

Smt. J. Bharathi, L.D.C. 

Sri Md. Khaja Moinuddin, L.D.C. 

Sri Md. Ismail, L.D.C. 



Preparation of fair copies 



Hyderabad, 
D. 4-2-1986 



Ch. PURNACHANDRA RAO, 

Deputy Director of Census Operations, 

Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad. 



CONTENTS 



Part-A 

1 Important statistics of the district 

2 Map of the district 

3 Analytical note 

(i) Brief history of the district 

(ii) General, physical aspects, hills, rivers, flora, fauna, climate, 
rainfall, soils, history of district as an administrative unit and 
changes in its component parts in general and during the decade 
in particular 

(iii) Major characteristics of the district particularly in relation to 
the economic resources namely forestry, minerals and mining, 
electricity and power, land and land-use pattern, tenancy, agricul- 
ture, animal husbandry, fishery, industry, trade and commerce, 
transport, etc. 

(iv) Brief description of places of religious, historical or archaeological 
importance in villages and places of tourist interest in the towns 
of the district 

(v) Census concepts of rural and urban areas and other terms namely 
census house, household, scheduled castes/scheduled tribes, 
literates, main worker, marginal worker, non-worker, etc. 

(vi) The history of district census handbook, scope of village directory, 
town directory statements and PCA 

(vii) Brief analysis of the village and town directory, PCA data based 
on inset tables and a note on physically handicapped persons 

Part-B : Village and Town Directory and Primary Census Abstract 
SECTION I -VILLAGE DIRECTORY 

(i) Note explaining the codes used in the Village Directory 
(ii) Village Directory with Taluk Map on facing page of alphabetical list 

1 Chitiyal Taluk 

2 Parkal Taluk 

3 Mulug Taluk 

4 Eturnagaram Taluk 

5 Gudur Taluk 

6 Narasampet Taluk 

7 Warangal (Urban) Taluk ... 

8 Warangal (Rural) Taluk ... 



Pages 

ix x 
Facing Page [1 ] 

[1-8] 



[9-28] 



[29-33] 

[34-36] 

[37-39] 
[40-50] 
[51-67] 



1-2 

3-11 
13-23 
25-31 
33-47 
49-63 
65-75 
77-79 
81-89 



vui 

91 - 99 
9 Ghanpur Taluk 

10 Cheriyal Taluk 

T i L, . .> 113 110 

11 Jangaon Taluk 

12 Kodakondla Taluk *~ - ' 121 ^ 

13 Wardhannapet Taluk ... - - 125) 137 

14 Maripeda Taluk ... - - 139-147 

1 AO ,*i t;q 

15 Mahbubabad Taluk ... - - ' *' f f ** J 

(iii) Appendices (I-IV) to the Village Directory * 16018B 

(iv) L. C. Nos. for three decades (1961 to 1981) ... 18G- 2S1 

SECTION II -TOWN DIRECTORY 

(i) Note explaining the codes used in the Town Diroctory ... 233 ?'*4 

(ii) Town Directory statements (I to VI and IV A) ... 23i ?43 

SECTION III -PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

(i) District PCA ... ... ... 244 24B 

(ii) Taluk-wise PCA 

(a) 1 Chitiyal Taluk ... ... ... 2!>1 ?SB 

2 Parkal Taluk ... . ... ?V/-2tt2 

3 Mulug Taluk ... . . 2b3 2(i7 

4 Eturnagaram Taluk ... ... , . 2I?9 2B1 

5 Gudur Taluk .., ... . . 283 291 

6 Narasampet Taluk ... ... ... ?B3 298 

7 Warangal (Urban) Taluk .. ... ... 299 303 

8 Warangal (Rural) Taluk ... , ... 30b^309 

9 Ghanpur Taluk .., .., ... 311~*:i1& 

10 Cheriyal Taluk ... ... ... 317-323 

11 Jangaon Taluk ,., , . 326-330 

12 Kodakondla Taluk , .., , 331-33S 

13 Wardhannapet Taluk ... , ... 337-341 

14 Maripeda Taluk , . 343-349 

15 Mahbubabad Taluk ... ... . 351*361 

(b) Description of Urban Enumeration Blocks ... 382-379 

(c) Appendix to Urban PCA . ... . 380-393 
(iii) Special PCA on SC and ST ... . >-t 394-401 



IMPORTANT STATISTICS 

COMPARATIVE FIGURES OF THE STATE AND DISTRICT 



POPULATION 
TOTAL 



RURAL 

I 

URBAN 

i 

DECENNIAL POPULATION 
GROWTH RATE 1971-81 

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA (Sq. Kms.) 

DENSITY OF POPULATION (per Sq. Km.) 

SEX-RATIO (Number of Females per 1,000 Males) 

LITERACY RATE 

PERCENTAGE OF URBAN POPULATION 
TO TOTAL POPULATION 

PERCENTAGE TO TOTAL POPULATION 
(I) MAIN WORKERS 

(II) MARGINAL WORKERS 
(III) NON-WORKERS 



Andhra Pradesh 
State 


Warangal 
District 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


53,549,673 
27,108,922 
26,440,751 


2,300,295 
1,171,482 
1,128,813 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


41,062,097 
20,697,627 
20,364,470 


1,903,821 
966,467 
937,354 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


12,487,576 
6,411.295 
6,076,281 


396.474 
205,015 
191,459 




23.10 


22.95 




275,068 


12,846 




195 


179 




975 


964 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


29.94 
39.26 
20.39 


23.55 
33.12 
1361 




23.32 


17.24 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


42.26 
57.12 
27.01 


42.87 
56.50 
28.72 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


3.50 
0.56 
6.53 


4.89 
0.50 
9.45 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


54.24 
42.32 
66.46 


52.24 
43.00 
61.83 



BREAK UP OF MAIN WORKERS 
PERCENTAGE AMONG MAIN WORKERS 

(I) CULTIVATORS 

(II) AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS 

(III) HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY 

(IV) OTHER WORKERS 



PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED CASTES 
POPULATION TO TOTAL POPULATION 



PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED TRIBES 
POPULATION TO TOTAL POPULATION 



NUMBER OF OCCUPIED RESIDENTIAL HOUSES 

NUMBER OF VILLAGES 

NUMBER OF TOWNS 



Person* 
Males 
Females 


32.74 
36.86 
23.79 


35.90 
41.96 
23.61 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


36.79 
26.51 
59.07 


36.56 
24.6S 
60.91 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


4.70 
460 
5 14 


5.64 
6,26 

4.36 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


25.77 
32.13 
12,00 


21.90 
27,13 
11.22 


Persons 
Males 
Females 


14.87 
14,90 
14,84 


16.68 
1686 
1650 


Person* 
Males 
Females 


6.93 
S.97 
689 


12.73 
12.90 
12 55 




10,422,448 


43 1, 339 


Total 
Inhabited 
Uninhabited 


29,281 
27.378 
1,902 


1,074 
980 
86 



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PART - A 
ANALYTICAL NOTE 



ANDHRA PRADESH 

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HISTORY 



Warangal is an ancient town after which a 
district and a Commissioner's Division in the 
former Hyderabad State, and again a district in the 
present Andhra Pradesh State have been designated* 
The Warangal division in erstwhile Hyderabad 
State, formed the eastern portion of the Nizam's 
Dominions and extended from the river Penganga in 
the north to the Krishna in the south. It was one 
of the biggest districts before 1st October, 1953 
when a few taluks were separated from it and 
formed into the Khammam district. The district of 
Warangal, lies on the north-east of the State, 
between 17 19* and 18 13* north latitude and 
78 49* and 80 43' east longitude and has a 
total area of 12,846 sq. kms. The ancient town of 
Warangal is situated on the Central Railway, about 
138 kms, north of Hyderabad City. It lies on the 
watershed separating the basins of the Godavari 
and the Krishna in the lower part of their course. 
The country which surrounds it, consists of large 
undulating plains of reddish sandy loam and black 
soils, broken here and there by piles of huge granite 
boulders and basaltic dykes. From a military point 
of view, Warangal seems to have occupied an 
advantageous position, on account of its location. 
Due to this reason, evidently, and also because of 
its climate, it must have been selected for building 
a fort in the ancient days. Great lakes, historical 
monuments, temples and forts make Warangal an 
interesting district for the pilgrim, the historian, 
the archaeologist and the nature lover. Warangal 
itself is not very ancient but Hanumakonda, and 
legends surrounding it, seem to link up the area 
with the great Vishnukundins and other earlier 
dynasties of the Buddhist an<J pre-Buddhist periods 
of Indian history. The district originally formed 
a portion of the ancient Kingdom of the Andhra 
kings, who subdued the whole of the Deccan. 
During the eighth century it was 'Orukal', the 
capital of Yadava Kings of Tuluva Andhras. For 
nearly two hundred years, from the middle of the 
twelfth century, it formed part of the territories 
of the Kakatiyas of WarangaL Prola Raja is 



said to have captured the Chalukyan King, Taila- 
padeva III and successfully waged wars with other 
kings. His son Rudra I extended his possession 
while Raja Ganapatideva claims to have defeated 
the King of Kalinga and to have had the Kings of 
Southern Gujarat and Bengal as his vassals, ruling 
as far south as the Nellore district of the present 
Andhra Pradesh State. Ganapatideva was succeeded 
in about 1257 A.D. by his daughter Rudrama Devi, 
who was mentioned as the ruler of the country by 
Marco Polo. 

The name of Warangal is said to be a corrupt 
form of Orukal which was probably the original 
designation of the old town. This seems to have 
been adopted by the early Muslim historians of 
India. Orangallu and Orugallu are the two variants 
of this appellation*. All these terms refer to the 
solitary cliff, which stands at the centre of the fort 
of Warangal which has, evidently given its name to 
the locality. There is also a divergence of opinion 
regarding the origin of the Kakatiyas, the ruling 
dynasty of Warangal. According to one opinion 
based on the Hanumakonda inscriptions, they came 
from the Chola Dynasty. The other opinion is that 
the Kakatiyas were of Chalukyan blood and had 
only matrimonial relations with the Rajas of 
Chola. The family name of Kakatiya is derived 
from the local appellation of the Goddess Durga 2 , 
In view of these two conflicting evidences it is 
difficult for us to decide as to what dynasty the 
Kakatiyas originally belonged to. However, Dr. 
Yazdani's following translation seems to be more 
authentic as most of the scholars have accepted it. 
"At first Betaland after him his son Prola I remained 
firmly loyal to the Western Chalukyan standard 
and thus won the affection and favour of their over" 
lords. Delighted by the military ability and unswer- 
ing loyalty of Prola I, the Emperor Ahavamalla 
Someswara /, granted him Anumkonda- Vishaya as a 
permanent fief , Prola I, thus became the founder of 
the Kakatiya principality, which under his ambitious 
successors grew into a powerful Kingdom embracing 
the whole of the country/' The Kakatiya line 



Source : DCHB 1961 - Warangal District A,P. 

1, Brawn's Telugu Dictionary 

2. Indian Antiquary , Volume XI , P-12 



[2] 



seems to have been in existence even earlier 
to the middle of the seventh century A JD. because 
the Chinese pilgrim Hieun Tsang mentions the 
Kingdom of Dana Kakatiya in the south. The 
Rajas of Warangal in the beginning were vassals of 
the Chalukya Kings of Vatapi but in the eighth 
century A,D. When the latter dynasty became 
extinct and the sovereignty of the Deccan passed to 
the Rashtrakutas, the Warangal Kings assumed 
independence and the dynasty gradually rose into 
power. The first important king of the family was 
ProlaRaja who reigned from 1150-1163 A,D, Prola 
Raja was the father of Rudra Deva I, the founder 
of[ the well known Hanumakonda temple. It may, 
however, be incidentally remarked that the fort of 
Warangal was founded by, the Kakatiya King 
Ganapatideva* (1199-1200 to 1260-61 A.D.) and 
was completed by his daughter Rudrama Devi who 
succeeded her father in the absence of a male 
issue 2 . This talented lady was styled Raja or King 
and was called Maharaja Rudradeva i,e , the great 
King Rudradeva, on account of the manly qualities 
she possessed just as Razia,' the gifted and famous 
daughter of Sultan Ultarnish of the slave dynasty 
was called Sultan. She built the massive outefr 1 mud 
wall around the fort 8 and completed the inner 
stone wall which was commenced by her father 4 . 
The outer mud wall is 72 feet wide and 56 feet 
deep. Traces of a third earthen wall are visible 
near the villages of Thimmapur and Narasim- 
alingudem, six miles south of Hanumakonda. 
This wall is said to have had a circumference of 
thirty miles, the largest in India* A large temple 
in the centre of the fort which was presumably 
under construction, has been excavated. The 
boundary of the original temple was marked 
by four large elaborately carved gateways facing 
the four cardinal points. They bear a striking 
similarity to the famous gateways of Sanchi and 
are very imposing to look at There are a number of 
temples, dedicated to Narasirnhaswami, Padmafcshi 
and Govindarajulu Swami, which are of great 
sanctity. The last named temple is perched on a 



hillock near the Warangal Railway Station, 
commanding a panoramic view of the entire city anil 
its surroundings. Very beautiful and artistic is the 
modern Siva temple constructed by a rich merchant 
of the city with pure white marble itlols and walls 
inlaid whh coloured porcelain. Waranp.al remained 
under the Kakutiyas for a couple nf hundred yearn 
from about the middle of the twelfth to about the 
middle of the fourteenth century A .IX Prataparudra 
was the last two rulinp chief of this tlyiusty about 
whom there is definite insenptional evidence, He 
is said to have died m U2S A D. Wh it happened to 
his dominions after his death is not kmwn. As the 
late Rai Bahadur Venkayya pointed out loj- ap* ; ' 
an inscription at Upparapaile in the Cuddapah 
district refers to a son of Pratajurdr.i named 
Juttuya. According to Sir Walter Hhot 1 ' Vim* 
bhadra was Praiaparudra's ,sutvess**r who hat! to 
retire to Kowlavulu. The late Mr. Seucll saui that 
it was Krishna who succeeded Pitapat udra but 
with a much reduced Km^donr. Mt Venkayyu, 
writer of that period, states that Muslim \%i tiers 
spoke of Vinayakadeva, alias Nagaticva, as the mm 
of PrataparudnO though he did nut quote any 
authority for this statement, The absence of inscrip- 
tion of these persons* namely* Virahhadra, 
Krishna. Jfuttaya and Vinayaktutcva alias Najuitieva, 
is significant and wnuhi lead u>s to Mtritmc that the 
Kakatiya dynasty had dwindled info wMgrnfieaiU'e 
or to a secondary position and must have #r;uUufly 
disappeared from the scene. It in worthwhile to 
make it clear here briefly as to how and when the 
Warangal fort enme into the hiu!a of the MtiKitm 
rulers, It is evident from history that the M turf tin 
armies first made their appearance in the Deccan 
about the middle of the thirteenth century* The 
first expedition, therefore, against TclJtngutta took 
place in A,D, 1303 by Alaudklm Kh.lji und in 1310 
Malik Kufur led an expedition on Warangai and 
seized the hill of Hanumakonda. Consequently* 
subordinate chiefs and the difttinsuiihetl nobles of 
the Kakntiya Kingdom took up their residence with 
the king in the inner citadel, built uf itone, The 



1. Ekambranatha Temple Inscription- Ind. Ant. Vol. XXI PP-1976 

2. Annual Report on South Indian Epigraphy for 1906, PF-79 and 80 

3. Report of Archaeological Dept. of H.EJHL The Nizam's Dominions for 1925-26 

4. The tradition says that she was the consort of Ganapati which is recorded in the Imperial i*eu$er-c Indian 

Art Vol. XI - Page 199 and Epigraphy of India Vol . XII PP-190 

5. Indian Antiquary Vol, XXXVII, P-357 

6. Coins of Southern India, P-84 ' 

7. Lists of Antiquities, Vol. II, P-174 

8 Footnote 22 on P-357 - Ind. Ant. Vol. XXXVII 



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condition of the besieged in the inner fort became 
increasingly difficult owing to the lack of accom- 
modation and at last Prataparudra could hold out 
no longer 1 . Thereupon he sued for peace and 
Malik Kafur agreed to raise the siege on condition 
that Prataparudra should promise to the Sultan 
annually a stipulated sum of money and send a 
contingent of elephants as tribute?. Prataparudra 
accepted those conditions and discharged his 
obligations faithfully. After the death of the 
Sultan there were political disturbances in the 
country and ultimately GhiyasuddinTuglaq, ascen- 
ded the throne and proclaimed himself Sultan in 
1320. As a result of these disturbances Pratapa- 
rudra refused to pay the annual tribute to 
Ghiyasuddin Tuglaq. After consolidating his 
authority Sultan Ghiyasuddin turned his attention 
to the south, and in 1323 sent an expedition 
against the Telangana under his son Mohammed 
Bin Tuglaq who finally captured the fort and 
Prataparudra was taken prisoner. It wds considered 
unsafe by the conquerors to keep him in the 
country, where his presence might lead to political 
complications and therefore Prataparudra was 
despatched to Delhi with all the members of his 
family under Khaair Khan and Khaja Haji, two 
trusted officers of the Imperial Army. They were 
not however destined to bring the fallen monarch 
into the metropolis, for he had expired far before 
reaching Delhi. The circumstances under which 
he died are not however clear. But, according to 
the inscriptions of 1330, it is stated that Pratapa- 
rudra while being carried away as captive to Delhi 
died on the banks of the river Somadhbana i.e , 
Narbada*, While returning to Delhi Mohammed 
Bin Tuglaq appointed Malik Maqbool as the 
Governor of Telangana under whom Kapaya 
Nayaka was ruling over Wafangal independently. 
On 3rd August 1 347, Zafar Khan, one of the military 
officers who had rebelled against Mohammed Bin 
Tuglaq, declared himself to be the king of the 
Deccan under the title of Alrwddin Shah Bahmani 
and subsequently Malik Maqbool was removed 
from the Governorship, 



It is a well known fact that at the time of the 
rise -of the Bahmani Kingdom, Warangal was inde- 
pendent under the rule of Kapaya Nayaka^. This 
ruler was on friendly terms with the Bahmani King, 
and even furnished him with elephants, on the 
latter' s request. Of course, we heat of the Sultan 
setting out on an expedition to conquer Telangana, 
but it related only to the region around Bhongir 
and not Warangal. However, hostilities arose 
between these two kingdoms before long, and the 
expansion of the Bahmani Kingdom eastwards was 
regarded by the Warangal ruler to be an encroa- 
chment on his own territory. Warangal began to 
act in concert with Vijayanagar, and in the reign 
of Mohammed Shah Bahmani I, 1358-J373, war 
commenced which ultimately ended in the submis- 
sion of the Warangal Kingdom. Peace was restored 
on the payment of a large sum of money to the 
Bahmani ruler as indemnity and Golconda and its 
dependencies had to be ceded besides presenting a 
rich and a valuable throne^, It is not clearly stated 
whether Warangal retained its independence after 
this. The Burhan-i-Masir states that in the latter 
days of his reign i.e., the reign of Mohammed Shah 
Bahmani I, (1358-1373) being seized with the 
desire o conquerring Telangana, he brought the 
country into the possession of the agents of his 
Government. This statement might imply that 
Warangal was made a feudatory State but it seems 
probable that till at least the beginning of the 
reign of Ahmed Shah Bahmani (1422- 1435) Warangal 
remained independent intriguing with Vijayanagar 
against the Bahmani Kingdom, and proving itself 
a veritable thorn on the side of the Bahmani 
Kingdom. Soon after his accession, Ahmed Shah 
Bahmani proceeded against Telangana. According 
to Firishta?, Khan Azam who had proceeded 
against Warangal in advance with a small army 
defeated and slew the King of Warangal and 
obtained possession of the place. The king moved 
to Warangal and took possession of those trea- 
sures, the accumulation of ages which had till then 
been preserved from plunder. The king then 



1. Archaeological Report of H.E.H. The Nizam's Dominions 1925-26 

2. Archaeological Report of H.E.H. The Nizam 's Dominions , 1 926-27 

3. Archaeological Report, 1939 

4. Jour. Bihar and Orissa Research Society, Vol. XX Pts. III-IV PP, 260-274 and Bharati, June, 1934, PP 939-948 

5. Firishta by J. Scott; Vol. I, P-21 

6. Burhani Maasir , P-28 

7. Firishta by J.Scott, Vol. I, P-102 



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rewarded Khan Azam suitably and detached him 
to reduce the remainder of Telangana, which he 
effected in the span of four months and returned 
to join the King at Warangal. Khan Azum was 
now left to reduce some strong posts in possession 
of the deceased Rajah's heirs, while the king 
proceeded to Gulbarga. These events are dated as 
1424 A. D. 

The campaign described above by Firishtnis 
a specific attack on Warangal as a punishment for 
helping the Kingdom of Vijayanagur. 

The Kingdom of Warangal completely lost its 
' individuality in 1430 during the reign of AlaudcUn 
Bahmani. This Sultan after capturing Warangal 
left behind him his trusted Minister Muhmood 
Gawan to protect the Telangana. Later Mahmocnl 
Gawan returned to the capital Gulbarga and his 
place at Warangal was taken by yet another trusted 
subject by name Sarang Khan. 

On the break-up of the Bahmani Kingdom, 
Warangal fell to the share of the Qutub Shahis of 
Golconda. Shitab Khan became the Governor of 
Warangal under the Qutub Shahis of Golconda*. 
The Durbar Hall of Shitab Khan still standing in 
the fort of Warangal indicates that this man of 
fortune must have won the kingship attributed to 
him in the record under Qutub Shahi Kings 2 . 
This Durbar Hall, as Mr. Yazdani has pointed out 
is a spacious building of the true Pathan style 
which stands near the western gateway of the 
central shrine in the fort To establish his identity 
we have to refer not only to the accounts given by 
the Muslim historians and in the Kaifiyat preserved 
in the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library at 
Madras but also to some Telugu books as well. 
The History of Sultan Quli Qutub Shah 8 would 
show that Shitab Khan was in the possession of the 
strong forts of Warangal, Khammameth and Bellam- 
. konda. Obviously, then, he must have governed 
j the tracts between Warangal and Guntur on both 
sides of Krishna river. He took great interest in 
developing the fort by constructing a few buildings 
for his subjects. These buildings are no longer in 
existence. Only the ruins of these can be seen. 

Under the Qutub Shahi period Warangal 
remained as the second city of the Kingdom; In 



1687 when Golconda was captured by Auranpa/eb. 
Waranpul too automatically p.'l annexed to the 
Kingdom of Delhi. Rohilla Khan was entrusted 
with the administration of Gokoiula and Hyder- 
abad and later Mwhara/, Khan took lus place and 
was the Subedar till 1724, In that vi*:ir he was 
defeated and killed in the battle ot Sh .kcr Micro 
in the Berur by Ni/am-uI-Mulk AMfJahl. the 
latter declared himself independent id' the Kinpilom 
of Delhi and ruled the IVci-an. Thus XV.ir.inf-al 
came under the sway of the Ni/am** donnmons. 



In the administrative setup of ihc 
Hyderabad State, Waranpal was lirst made Ue 
headquarters of a taluk and later the hcadqiiarjer* 
of a district and a Sub,*, with the Subcdar rcsuhnp, 
at Warangal. After the Mice Action and the 
nicri'er of the Hyderabad Stile with the JmM 
Union in 1*M. ihe Subedar*h*p w,,x aMislu-it ami 
Warangal continued to be ihe liiMiUjtMMm ol a 
district 

Kakatiya G lor toft 

Temples : The Kakiitiyu wr? mupmlu'icm 
builders and in their structures one noiues vr- r 
and loftiness, as aiM> a sense of pipitittii, t|uali 
ties which unfortunately are seldom observed ut 
similar structures in other piri* of the i*tttntry. 
The masiveaca of the pillars t Humimak^iufa. 
Warangal and Palampcl IK in due prMp,.rii.n *** ^ 
altitude of the huildinps and to the bc.ivv super 
structure and in spite of their ihickncsH. be pillars 
have an extremely symmetrical form a tut rise fo 
considerable height, giving a gein?nl w of 
loftiness to the whnlc builtlinp. 1 lie interiors 
of the temples are spacious, thus admitting 
more light and air than is commonly the ease ut 
Hindu edifices* The pillars, doorways anil screens 
are profusely decorated, the nrrmigement awl Rtytc 
of the carvings being highly rclhictl and appro- 
priate. The temples represent the lull development 
of the Chalukyan style and as such form important 
landmarks in the history of the Hindu architecture 
and sculpture. 

The thousand pillared temple of Hitnumakonda 
is the best example of architecture that nourished 
during the Kakutiya period* The mum block of 
the temple consisting of the three shrine* ami the 
hull* belongs to the period **!' the incrtptums i* e, t 



1, Tarikh-i-Mohammed Qutub Shah* Mss. Persian - PP 240-250 - Central Library 

2, Tar ikh-i- Mohammed Qutub Shah, Mss. Persian - PP. 277- Central Library 

3 , Trans . Bnggs , V ol . IU , P-360 



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1162-63 A. D., while the prolongation of the porch, 
with the Nandi pavilion and detached pillared hall, 
is a later addition. The temple, as is recorded in 
the inscription, was dedicated to the Triad, Siva, 
Vishnu and Surya and their figures are beautifully 
carved over the doorways of their respective 
shrines. The northern and eastern shrines origi- 
nally had images of Vishnu and Surya; the recesses 
which accommodated the images and the over- 
shadowing canopies are still in evidence. But it 
seems that once the temple came into the hands 
of the Saivaites 9 they removed the images from 
their shrines and replaced them by Salankas which 
exist now. The most notable features of this 
temple are the richly carved pillars and lintels, the 
delicate screens and the most carefully finished 
sculptures consisting of dwarapalas (security 
guards) etc. But hardly less striking is the massive 
yet lofty style of the architecture characterised by 
the extra-ordinary height of the plinth, the majestic 
pillars and the ponderous beams and ceiling slabs. 
The Nandi pavilion and the detached pillared hall 
are comparatively plain and devoid of ornament, 
but the Nandi itself is a splendid specimen of a 
monolith 1 . It reveals the genealogy of the Kaka- 
tiya Kings. 

Another important architectural form of the 
Kakatiya dynasty is found in the temples of 
Palampet, a small village in the Mulug taluk, 
64 kms. from Warangal. On the shores of 
Ramappa lake, are the remains of temples, 
described as the brightest stars in the galaxy of 
medieval temples of the Deccan. The pillars and 
ceilings are full of ornamentation and scenes from 
the Ramayana and the Mahabharata are sculptured 
everywhere. Long panels of figures of Gods, 
Goddesses, warriors, acrobats, musicians and 
dancing girls in different poses decorate the outer 
walls while female figures in extremely graceful 
postures almost lifelike and made of highly 
polished black basalt stone are arranged in pairs in 
the form of brackets. They represent the Yakshis, 
female spirits, in technical dance poses serving as 
guards of the doors. 

Telugu literature flourished under the patron- 
age of the Kakatiya Kings. Somana, Thikkana and 
Maranna were poets of great merit and the greatest 
among them was Thikkana who rendered Maha- 
bharatha into Telugu. 

Irrigation Works I Of the best irrigation works 
of the area which stood the test of time are the 



Pakhal, Ramappa and Laknavaram lakes. Pakhal 
lake is situated about 51 kms east of Warangal 
town. It was constructed about 700 years ago, 
Pakhal is a large artificial sheet of water formed by 
a 2000 yards dam across the Pakhal river at a place 
where it cuts its way through two low hills. The 
water covers an area of 33 sq. kms. when the lake is 
full, with an average depth of 30 to 40 feet. It has a 
catchment area of 265 sq. kms. and is capable of 
irrigating 17,000 acres though the settled ayacut is 
roughly 9,000 acres, the rest being reserved as 
Shikargah. The Ramappa lake not far from Mulug 
and at a distance of 70 kms. to the north-east of 
Warangal, is another most magnificent example of 
the old irrigation works constructed by the Kings 
of Kakatiya dynasty. A reference to this tank is 
made in an inscription at Palampet according to 
which this lake was constructed in 1213 A.D., when 
the Kakatiya King, Ganapatideva was ruling. It 
has a catchment area of about 212 sq. kms. and 
four main distributory channels. It is capable of 
irrigating about 3642 hectares. The Laknavaram lake 
is 21 kms. from Mulug and is regarded as a sister 
to Ramappa tank. The.lake is formed by shutting 
up three narrow villages with short bunds. It has a 
catchment area of 194 sq. kms. and three main 
distributories, irrigating about 5,260 hectares. 

Commerce: To maintain a well balanced 
economic prosperity throughout the country, the 
Kakatiya Rulers had friendly trade relations with 
foreign countries. The records of the Kakatiyas 
speak of merchants of the home country, 
merchants of another country and merchants 
from different countries. The first were the local 
merchants organised in local guilds. The second 
were like the first except that they came from 
another country; the last were the powerful guilds 
including merchants from all countries playing a 
prominent part in the foreign trade of the country 
as a whole. They specially traded in elephants, 
saphires, moonstones, pearls, rubies, diamonds, 
topaz and other precious articles, cardamoms, 
cloves, sandal, musk, saffron and other spices and 
perfumes. They either sold them wholesale or 
hawked them about. The Motupalle inscription of 
King Ganapati gives some idea of the conditions of 
maritime trade. Trade, both inland and foreign 
was well organised and briskly carried on through- 
out the period. The great port cities like Masuli- 
patam were the emporia of foreign trade. The 
extensive bazaar of that great city (Warangal) was 
full of tall mansions of many apartments each with 



1. History of Indian Architecture Vol. I, PP. 432-33 and A,S.R, Western India (1894-95) PP. 11-12 



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doorways, wide verandahs and corridors. The 
merchants lived with their families on the upper 
storey while the lower ones were set apart for 
conducting business. The impressions gathered by 
Marco Polo, a medieval traveller, throws more 
light on the industries when he remarks-'' in this 
Kingdom also are made the best and most delicate 
buckrams and those of the highest price ; in short 
they look like tissue of spider's web. There is no 
king nor queen in the world but might be glad to 
wear them. The people also have the largest 
sheep in the world and great abundance of all the 
necessaries of life*'. In most of the common 
industries the rule was production for the local 
market; but the movements of the individual 
merchants from one part of the country to another 
and the highly developed organisation of mercan- 
tile corporations in different parts of it, provide 
adequate evidence of a brisk internal trade in 
certain sorts of goods. Spinning and weaving 
formed a major industry which occupied consi- 
derable numbers and guilds of weavers were 
generally in a flourishing condition and took an 
active part in many local concerns. The export 
of the finer varieties of cloth from various parts of 
the country is proved by records, Warangal itself 
specialised in the manufacture of carpets which 
were much sought after. Important trade centres 

were connected by roads for the movement of 
goods. 

Administration : When Prataparudra Deva II 
succeeded his grandmother in 1295, certain 
administrative reforms were introduced through- 
put the country. He devided the whole kingdom 
into 77 Nayakships, confining recruitment there to 
the Padmanayaka sect of Velama community and 
thoroughly overhauling the staff of Nayakas, 
Some of the great Nayakas, like Kapaya Nuyaka 
who later played a great part in resisting the 
Muslim invasions were the products of this system 
which incidentally, was later adopted and elabo- 
rated by the rulers of the Vijayanagar. 

Society and Culture : There is no authentic 
record giving a reliable estimate of the population 
during this long period. In the sea ports, and in 
the capital of the kingdom there were undoubtedly 
considerable numbers of foreigners including 
Arabs, Chinese and Persians. The bulk of the 
population was constituted of Hindus organised in 
castes. The role of women in high society was 
varied, important and generally speaking, pleasant, 
Princesses of the Royal family received good 
education in literature and the fine arts; some 
were quite equal on occaasion, to the tasks of 



administration and war. The Kakatiy.i princess 
Rudrama Devi earned on the administration of the 
kingdom and took part in wars personally ami 
actively. In civil life the Brahmins otvupicU a 
highly respected position, With the- exception 
of the few who entered the State service in the 
army and elsewhere, they f.cner.illy ilc\otcd them- 
selves to religious ;w<i literary pursuits ami stood 
outside the race for wealth ami power. Hundreds 
of inscriptions in and ur*utui Waran^al prm*iaim 
the continued solicitude of Kiups, unhlcs and 
merchants for the maintenance and encouragement 
of a class of men who devoted themvehes exclu- 
sively to intellectual pursuJs, 

Growth nf Wiirtingtil <Vn* : The vMy of 
Warangal, although comparatively more ancient 
than some other etties ot'inth.j, has however been 
so much inilueiiccti by political ami lusfoitc.ti 
factors in its )>,ro\vth, rij'lit from its incept inn, that 
the study of its growth and development iu tfs fme 
historical perspective wilt he more hclplu! m 
explaining the other factors that \\\\f\\\ have been 
functionally associated w.th (H Drouth, It seems 
therefore logical to study the jjrowth *<!' HUH 
city through its various historical sUfcs, 1 he 
historical periods chosen arc not just convenient 
dates but representative landmarks in ihc history 
of its development. Hither they indicate ,i s ^mfi* 
cant historical event which had a marked influence 
on the form ami function of lite citv ot Ihc 
inauguration of a new economic t'^rce mi** ehe 
fabric of city life. 



1260 1422 
1422 1725 
1725 I94X 
onward*, 



These stages arc : 

Kakntiya .stage 
Transition stage 
Asif Jahi stage 
Modern stage 

The Kakatlyawve-1260 1422; The kingdom 
of Kakatiya, of which Warangal w.ts the capital, 
was ruled by the Kukatiyu dynasty from 1150 lu 
1422. In 1422 the Kingdom w;is annexed into the 
Buhmani and then fell to the Qutub Shah is of 
Gttlcondu. Since then this independent kingdom 
became a peripheral province of vast Qutuh Shahi 
Empire. It thus lost its individuality and the forces 
that had contributed to make Waranjsa! a great 
kingdom ceased to exist. In the absence of con- 
temporary accounts it is difficult to estimate in 
which direction the growth of city took place. 
However, it must be pointed out that the direction 
of the growth of the city was well anticipated by 
Rudra Deva 1 and he had made it all the more 



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possible by constructing a thousand pillared temple 
jfour miles west of Warangal. The recent excava- 
tions of the Archaeological Department in and 
around the Warangal fort throw a good deal of 
light on the origin of the city and its early period 
of growth. These reports of excavations contain a 
detailed chronological account of the various 
temples and buildings and serve a useful purpose 
to form u better picture of the city as it had then 
existed. The temples remind us that devotion to 
God was the first concern of the King and his 
subjects. The remarks of Malik Fukruddin Juna, 
n Commander of Sultan Alauddin's army while 
marching towards Warangal fort throw much light 
on the built up area of the city when he says "when 
this force reached the Gardens of Arangal, the 
iron of their horseshoes turned green from walking 
over the grass. Two famous officers and forty 
horsemen went forward and reached the summit of 
the Anamkonda Hill from where they could see all 
the suburbs and gardens of Arangal 1 . The same 
Commander further speaks of ''a fort, the like of 
which is not to be found on the face of earth. Its 
wall, though of mud, was to hard that a spear of steel 
could make no impression upon it, if a maghrabi- 
stone were to strike it, it would rebound like a nut 
thrown by a child*"- In the absence of contem- 
porary accounts it may, however, be said that in 
this period the settlement and built up area might 
have been within the fortress ol Warangal. A few 
hamlets namely, Hanumakonda, Mathwada and 
Girmajipet were existing as religious centres and 
most of the open area was confined for the cultiva- 
tion of various products 11 . Thus three hamlets were 
situated along the main roads leading to Golconda 
fortress 4 . Even today we find some old temples in 
these hamlets in a dilapidated condition testifying 
to their past glories. 

Transition stage- 1422- 1725 : This period may 
rightly be termed as- transitional in the history of 
the growth of this city, It was divested of the 
status of a capital city. Its economy was disturbed. 
Its political ownership was unsettled. Things 
however, calmed down towards the end of 1725 
when the control of the city of Warangal passed 
into the hands of Nizam-ul-mulk Asif Jah, the 
founder of the AsifJahi dynasty. This long transi- 
tional period also recorded two significant events 



in the history of the city. Permanently the city lost 
its capital status and became the third city of the 
region the first two being Hyderabad and Aurang- 
abad (now in Maharashtra State). It had become 
a part of the province of the Deccan of the Asif 
Jahi Kingdom. It was during this period that more 
people began to settle down outside the fortress of 
Warangal. Corroborating this, Bilgrami and Wilmot 
write kt a group of men called Shaiks who were well- 
known carpet merchants settled down permanently a 
mile from the fortress of Warangal*, This area now 
called Denshahipet is noted for carpet industry. 
However, the population on the north along 
the fortress wall, towards the south and west, was 
expanding and new northern, southern and western 
suburbs like- Ramannapet, Rangashahipet also 
known as JRangasnyipet and Lakshmipura (Hanama- 
konda) had come into existence. LaKshmipura and 
Hanamakonda had virtually become the greatest 
religious centres of the city. A unique feature of 
the development of the cty right from its inception 
is the ribbon like development along the road to 
Hyderabad. The axis of growth, however, was 
oriented towards the west. 

The Asif-Jahi stage-1422-1948 : This period in 
the growth of Warangal city was characterised by 
three distinct phases (a) construction of Subedari 
buildings, (b) construction of Railway Stations, 
(c) appearance of a cotton mill. The three factors 
combined to change the axis of growth of Warangal 
and added new dimensions to its landscape. The 
plan for constructing Government buildings for 
offices and residential quarters for officers was 
mooted in 1923 but it was completed in 1926 when 
Warangal, was declared as the headquarters of the 
Subah by Salar Jung, the then Prime Minister of 
Hyderabad under the administrative reforms of 
Hyderabad State. Prior to this there were no 
buildings. The construction of these buildings was 
not so important as the consequence since in the 
wake of its construction there came into existence 
around the buildings a cluster of shops and dwelling 
houses. This nucleus settlement now forms a part 
of the locality called Subedari and Lakshmipura at 
Hanamakonda. Another factor which contributed 
to the growth of the city was the construction of 
railway stations connecting the railway lines 
between Hyderabad-Delhi and Hyderabad-Madras 



J. Burhave Masir P-260 

2. Khain-ul-Azani - Translated by Prof. Habib of the Aligarh University, 1925 

3. Reports of Archaeological Department, 1918 and 1919 

4. Tarikh Khutub Shahi - P-299 

5. Bilgrami & Wilmot-Historical and descriptive sketch of the Nizam's Dominion-Times of India Press , Bombay 1883 



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in the nineteenth century. Two railway stations 
within a distance of 13 kms. were constructed at 
Warangal and Kazipet respectively. This factor 
gravitated population on a large scale and soon the 
built up area from Kumarpalle and Lashker 
Singaram bended its way towards the railway 
station and within the course of twenty years a 
densely populated locality at Kazipet came into 
existence. The Azam Jahi Mills north of Mathwada, 
the rice mills in the south and the oil mills north- 
west of the fort were the chief organised industrial 
units of Warangal and were all established between 
1931 jind 1948. The establishment of a textile mill 
and its workshops in the north of Mathwada gave 
great impetus to the growth of that small hamlet 
In fact it formed theft nucleus around which the 
built-up area developed extensively, The rice mills 
and oil mills attracted a large growth along the 
main road from the fortress to the Railway gate. 
Besides this, other industries like tanning etc., also 
developed not only in the built up area but also 
in the surrounding villages namely, Vcdeyapalle, 
Mamla and Rangshahipet. Thus it is found that the 
city of Warangal is not a product of an evolu- 
tionary process of urbanisation but the result of 
piecemeal development. It was during the period of 



Rai Muriidhar Bahadur (UW f ) the then suhehdar 
of the Warangal (hat iht* limits of the city were 
determined by a complete survey !' the vity. I'licse 
limits of course draw the boundary of flu* city ami 
roughly determine also the extension of the built 
up area. 



?'//<' nwtfarn A7tf .t.v t v/v fwHv/n/A : "I his tremen- 
dous and peeemeal development oj the chv was 
in the main hupha/ard, uucoMtrdinatcti ami unp!an 
ned. As a result, several plann}* tlcfccts am) 
deficiencies have developed. To cope \\ith flu* 
situation and remedy the detects, (he imuneip.iijfy 
took keen interest w pivpanm! UK* MasJer Plan 
with the eoHahiratiO't of the Town Pl.uttttnt* 
Department in 1*M*>. The l*la has b th a ctMti\c 
and a positive aspect. By c^ntt'nthnj* ami ft\t ip the 
land uses, the muMictpthfy seeks to pievent 
hapha/ard and confused grout!)* Hy reser^atmn ^f 
lands fiif vwrinus pubhc uses such ,ts tcerc.ition 
griUinds, schools, htispilals etc, it seeks to ensure 
that adequate land tor these piup ^^s s Kept 
available for hemp utilised in future, ! he plat* IMS 
already been implemented and according to it the 
Regional Hnjtmeerinj* * ollege Hthitiutp, Kakafiyu 
Medical Colfej^ Buildin}* anJ a few *tlu*r 
structures have been 



PHYSICAL ASPECTS 



This district derived its name from Warairgal, 
its headquarters city. The place was founded in the 
twelfth century by Prola Raj&of the Kakatiya 
dynasty. The name of Warangal is said to be 
another form of Orukal which was probably the 
old name of the old town. Warangal was one of the 
largest districts in the erstwhile Hyderabad State. 
Its bifurcation in 1953 led to the formation of 
Khammam district. Wnrangal district lies between 
the northern latitudes of 17 19' and 18 36' and 
the eastern latitudes of 78 49' and 80 43' and has 
a total area of 12,846 sq. kms. It is bounded on the 
north by Karimnagar district,, on the west by 
Medak district, on the south by Nalgonda district 
and on the West and southeast by Khammam 
district. 

Hills: The area around Hanumakonda is 
518.16 metres above the sea level, while the average 
elevation of the district is about 265.48 metres. A 
range of hills stretches from Parkal and Singareni 
to Aswaraopet in Khammam district in the south- 
east bounding the lower Godavari valley. A hill 
range known as the Kandikalgutu extends from the 
southeast to Chirmur (Adilabad District.) The 
Chandragiri hills and the famous iron hills of 
Hasanparlhi lie 16 kms. and 22 kms. respectively 
to the northwest of Warangal. 

Rivers : The irrigation Works in the district are 
the hikes of Pakhal, Laknavaram, Ramappa and 
Ghanapur (Ghanpur). These lakes command an 
ayacut of 11,219 hectares. These are the examples 
of the old irrigation works constructed by the 
kings of Kakatiya dynasty. 

The Pakhal lake is situated in the revenue 
village of Pakhal in T^mUAffi&f taluk and is 
11. 27 kms. to the east of Narasampet and 45 ktns. 
east of Warangil. Pakh'il is an artificial sheet of 
water and is formed by a 2,000 yards dam across 
the Pakhal river. When the lake is full, the water 
covers an area of 33.67 sq, kins, with an average 
depth of 30 to 40 feet. It has a catchment area of 
268.80 sq, kms. and has the capacity of irrigating 
roughly 6,879.64 hectares. It gives vent to five irri- 
gation channels known as the Sangam channel, Jala- 
bandam channel, Thungabandam channel, Pasnoor 
channel and Mott Veeraram channel. 



The Laknavaram lake lies in the limits of 
Laknavaram village in Mulug taluk. This- lake is 
at a distance of 69.23 kms. from Warangal. The 
surplus water of this lake ultimately joins the 
Godavari. This lake was formed by closing three 
narrow valleys each with a short bund. Its 
catchment area extends to about 195 sq. kms. and it 
irrigates about 5,260.90 hectares. 

The Ramappa lake is situated in the northeast 
of Warangal, at Palampet in Mulug taluk. It was 
formed by laying bunds across the Medivagu and 
Rallavagu. Its catchment area is 183.89 sq. kms. 
and it has four main distributories known as the 
Voger channel, Veerla channel, Burugu and Somi 
channels. The lake has an ayacut of 1,863 hectares. 

The Ghanapur lake which lies in Mulug taluk 
is situated in Ghanapuram village. It has a catch- 
ment area of 100.36 sq. kms. The lake serves an 
ayacut of nearly 1,620 hectares. 

In addition to the above lakes, there are some 
important tanks at Nagaram, Wardhannapet, 
Arjunpatla, Katakshapuram etc. 

Climate and rainfall : The district being situated 
at a considerable distance from the sea coast, its 
climate generally tends to be dry and there is not 
much fluctuation in the temperature. The year may 
be divided into four seasons. The winter season 
from December to February in which period, the 
temperature drops slightly followed by the summer 
season fn>ra March t > May, The hottest month in 
this season is May. The period from June to 
September is the southwest monsoon season* 
October and November constitute the post monsoon 
or retreating monsoon season. 

The rainy. season commences wjth the onset of 
the south-west monsoon in the later part of the 
month of June and ends with the month of October 
with the closure of the south-west monsoon. About 
81% of the annual rainfall is received during the 
south-west monsoon season. Rainfall, generally in 
the form of thunder showers is received in the later 
half of the summer season and in the post monsoon 
season. The normal annual rainfall of the district 
is 987.3 mm. 



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Soil : The soils of the district are susceptible to 
erosion due to its slopy and undulating topography. 
The steep slopes and marginal lands bordering 
hillocks face acute erosion in times of heavy rains. 
The lands alongside the Godavari are silted heavily 
when the Godavari overflows its banks. The soil 
in this district can be divided into loams, red loams, 
clayey loams, sandy loams, black cotton soil, 
alluvial and rocky. The taluks of Mahbubabad, 
Mulug and Narasampet contain loamy soils. Sandy 
loams predominate in the taluks of Janguon, 
Parkal, Warangal and Narasampet. Black cotton 
soils constitute 20% of the area in the taluks of 
Mulug, Parkal and Warangal. The soils in general 
are found deficient in nitrogen and phosphoric 
acid. 

Flora : The forests of the district come under 
the category of tropical, dry> deciduous and 
tropical thorny forest types. During the warm 
weather most of the trees become leafless, It is 
quite common to find good quality of valuable 
teak, adjacent to or mixed up with valueless types 
of poor quality forests. The height of the trees 
varies from 15 feet to 80 feet. The important and 
valuable species commonly found are the teak, 
bijasal, nallamaddi, boja, channangi, tiruwam, 
shisham, bamboo etc. 

Fauna -Nearly one third of the district area 
comprises forests containing wild life of all cate- 
gories. Indiscriminate shooting has considerably 
changed the picture of wild life in the forests of 
the district. Leopards and elephants among big 
animals and bustard, florican and flamingo in the ave 
(bird) fauna have disappeared, while the other game 
has considerably depleted. Two game sanctuaries, 
one at Eturnagaram and the other at Pakhal were 
formed to protect wild life. The Eturnagaram 
sanctuary is situated about 112 kms. from Kazipet 
railway station, it is connected by a metalled 
road and has two forest rest houses, The area of 
this game sanctuary is 811 sq. kms, The sanctuary 
at Pakhal is situated about 50 kms. from Kazipet 
Railway Station. The area of this sanctuary is 
902 sq. kms. Shooting was prohibited throughout 
the district but there are about 24 shooting blocks 
open to the true sportsmen. These blocks are 
opened for shooting once in three years, 

Changes in administrative units and component 
parts; The district was not a homogeneous 
administrate unit in the past and its component 
parts were under the control of different dynasties at 
different periods of time, namely, the Satavahanas 



Eastern Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Western Chain- 
kyas of Kalyani, Kakatiyas. Musunuri <'hiets % 
Recherki Oh efs, Bahmanis, Qutub Shahis, 
Mughals and Asuf Jahis who held sway over 
portions of the Deccun f which Warangal 
formed part, Waranpal originally formed part 
ofKhammam district. In 1W5, the headquarters 
of the district was shifted to Warangal and 
the reconstituted district consisted of the laltiks of 
Warangal, Pakhal, Mulug, Klummam (Khamma- 
mett), Ycllandu (Ydlamlir.pad). M.ihhubabait. 
Madhira (Madhra) and ia!\vatteha. (!*aloiuha), 
besides the Paloneha S im,sthan,umt and nihcr larger 
jaghirs. The district was the tarju*M in ihc erstvvhJc 
Hyderabad State, The constituent taluks >f the 
district remained intact thiuj*h there were some 
minor changes by way of transfer of a few villages 
from one taluk to another within the disirit't tilt 
1953, As it was difficult to administer this exten- 
sive district, it was deemed 11 ternary t< bifurcate 
it for effective administration. Accordingly firs 
district was bifurcated on the 1st of October, W3 
leading to the formation of Khamwaw district with 
the taluks of Khammam, Ydlaiufu, Madhira, 
Bhoorgampadu (Borgampad) and !al\\,im:foi, 
Consequently, the district of Waning! VMS left 
with the taluks of WaranpaK Mulm*. MihhuhaNad 
and Pakhal. At the same time the districts of Karim- 
nagar and Nalgonda were deprived of the taluk* 
of Parkal and Jungaon respectively which were 
added to Warangal district, in the process of ihcKe 
transfers, Jangaon taluk of Nttijt<'itla ilisirtvi lost 
the village of Tigul Narsupur (1953) toOujwel taluk 
of Medak district, while Khanttnam luiuk I* H| 
Siiivole and Kamcpalle villages to Mahbuhahad 
taluk of Warangal dintrict. In I960 61, the name 
of the taluk of Pakhal was changed to that of 
Narasampet with headquarters at Narauimpct. r i Iron 
the district consisted of 6 taluks, viy> Waningal, 
Jangaon, Parkal, Mahbubabad, Mulug and Nara- 
sampet Henceforth, the district tiid not undcrgu 
any territorial changes and both ut 1961 iirtcll*)?! 
it consisted of 6 taluks grouped under twu revenue 
divisions as shown under. 



S. No. Name of the 

division 
"~~<1>"~ (2) ~ 



I Warangul (HanumukoiMJLi) 



2 Mahbubabad 



1 Wiirnngul 

2 Januon 

3 Parkal 

1 Muhbubnbad 

2 Mulug 

3 Narasampet 



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According to 1981 census there are 15 taluks 
which have been grouped under three revenue 



divisions as shown below : 
STATEMENT SHOWING THE REVENUE DIVISIONS IN WARANGAL DISTRICT, 1981 



SI. No, Name of Sub-division/ Name of Taluk Name of Town (M)/(P) 
Revenue division 


1 2 


3 4 


1 Warangal 1 


Warangal (U) 1 Warangal (M) 


2 


Warangal (R) 


3 


Jangaon 2 Jangaon (M) 


4 


Ghanpur 


5 


Wardhannapet 


6 


Cheriyal 


7 


Kodakondla 


2 Parkal 1 


Parkal 


2 


Mulug 


3 


Chitiyal 


4 


Eturnagaiam 


3 Mahbubabad 1 


Mahbubabad 1 Mahbubabad )P) 




2 Dornakal (P) 


2 


Narasampet 


3 


Gudur 


4 


Maripeda 



Each taluk of the district has undergone 
jurisdictional changes between 1971 and 1981 and 
there has been variation in the total number of 



villages during the decade. For convenience, the 
jurisdictional changes in the district during the 
decade are presented in the following statement; 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES 



Names of transferred 


G.O. No. 
and date 


villages/new villages/ under which 


Name of the 


No. of 


Name of the 


No. of 




villages that 


the new taluk 


taluk in 


villages in 


taluk in 


villages in 


Remarks 


have become 


came into 


. 1971 


1971* 


1981 


1981* 




hamlets in 1981 


existence 


' I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Parkal 


131 


Parkal 


67 


67 villages are now in Parkal 







Chitiyal 



64 



taluk after the transfer of 64 
villages to Chitiyai taluk 

Formed from Parkal taluk 



1971 L C Nos. and names G.O. Ms. 
of 64 villages transferred No. 1 41 5 Rev, 
from Parkal Taluk (U) dated 29th 

Nov. 1979 

1 Venkatraopalle 

2 Kalikota 

3 Kalvapalle 

4 Giddemutharam 

7 Vencharami 

8 Neradpalle 

Patti Mahadevpur 
10 Vajnepalle 



[12] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMUi K Ot VU.I A<H S IN Till' Ol.O AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND |>8I tTNSUS! S ',.*/.) 



Chitiynl (Contd,) H 

12 

n 

9 NmrptiK.i 
6 



SIMM 
?4 Vclclui 
28 Ki 



Si\v,ir VctciulJ 
21 hitiit.uip.tHc 
15 
14 - 



46 Mudimpatltti 
4^ IhiutMtapur 
44 
Ki 

17 Kii 
1H 



19 

20 Tckumada 
30 



32 Akcnpulic 
36 

33 

33 Fothgn! 
34 



42 

49 

47 

HI Madihftpttile 

114 KothapflUc 

(Simthamanncm) 

!!5 Gudadupftllc 

M6 Kompallc 

117 Jangcdu 

118 BhoopalptU* 

119 Kamalapur 

120 Rampur 
12! ChiknepalJc 



[13] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



Chitiyal (Concld.) 



Mulug 



218 



Mulug 54 



Eturnagaram 164 



128 Budharam 

122 Pambapuram 

123 Bhimghanpur 

124 Nagaram 

125 Azarnnagar 

126 Nandigama 

127 Dikshakunta 

129 Dudekulapalle 

130 Pandipampula 

131 Byakkapct 



54 villages are now in Mulug 
Taluk after the transfer of 
164 villages to Eturnagaram 
taluk 

Formed from Mulug Taluk 



1971 L.C. Nos. andnames G.O. Ms. 
0/164 villages transferred No. 1415 Rev. 
from Mulug Taluk (U) dated 29th 

Nov. 1979 

144 Marepalle 

145 Bhupatipuram 

146 Gangaram 

Patti Gurrevula 

147 Tupakulagudem 

148 Andukpalle 

149 Devdumla 

150 Laxmipuram 

Patti Gurrevula 

151 Rajannapet 

152 Kothur 

Patti Gurr evula 

153 Rampur 

Patti Gurrevula 

155 Gangugudem 

157 Parad 

156 Kanaygudem 

Patti Gurrevula 

154 Gurrevula 

162 Muppanpalle 

163 Buttaigudem 
161 Malkapalle 

158 Padigapuram 

Patti Gurrevula 

159 Chittial 

160 Sarvai 

1 64 Chintagudem 

Patti Gurrevula 

165 Singaram 

Patti Gurrevula 

166 Ettur 

167 Kanthanpalle 

168 Rampur C Agraharam) 



[14] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VII I Alit-S IN Till: OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 197! AND \W\ CENSUS! S ((/</.) 



1 



Eturnagaram (Contd.) 



16** Mullvk.ilM 

170 sh.M'K.ti .HIM' ! 

171 M 

l' M fli.ilh.ik 

I M H uunK 

171 % 1 I'v 

\1^ inMHl.t 

t'"i AH.int\ r it J Hh i 



!KU 



1H1 ! kK.U.t 

1'H KttttMKtutt'tn 

I*.M I Kk.tl.f 

HH UfulLi 

l* M.tlvit 

140 ki>m!u 

lit KtMulicil 



l*.nit 



6! 
64 



6$ Otifcttttut 

46 

58 Ailtwivin 



76 MkUiinmi PMIU C*balVBt 



37 

70 Mh.tk 

73 

44 

l**h <* 
45 
72 
7! 

97 Kondiparthy 
^8 Bodigudm 
99 Maredfgudem 
100 Kamarom Fatti Tdvi 



[15] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 

1234 5 67 



Eturnagaram (Contd.) 



136 Shahpalle 

185 Theegalvai 

186 Chintagudem 

Patti Ekkala Duvvur 

135 Chinaboinapalle 

187 Algupalle 

188 Medaram 

Patti Eturnagaram 

189 Ramannagudem 

Patti Eturnagaram 

190 Papkapur 

194 Koyagudcm 

195 Ellapuram 

192 Gogupalle 

191 Sivapuram 

134 Peda Venkatapuram 

133 Chinna Venkatapuram 

132 Lingapuram 

193 Chirragudam 

196 Kamalapuram 

197 Mangapet (Podmur) 

198 Tondial Laxmipur 

199 Komatpalle 

200 Cheerupalle (Kothapet) 

201 Narsapur (Mangapet) 

202 Thimampet 
-204 Mallur 

205 Chunchupalle 

203 Narasimhasagaram 

212 Poreddipalle 
211 Barlaguda 

210 Ramachandrunipet 

206 Wadagudam 

Patti Rajupet 

207 Ramanakkapet 

208 Gollagudam 

209 Rajupet 

215 Kattigudam 

218 . Akinepalle Mallaram 

217 Brahmanapalle 

216 Bandar ugudem 
214 Ladakgudam 

213 Domeda 

116 Rangapuram 

Patti Annaram 

117 Kamsettigudam 
115 Veerapuram 
ITS Beerelli 

119 Nimmagudam 
114 Yellapuram 

(Ashannaguda) 

120 Kamaram Patti Annaram 



[16] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMIU R OF V?l I A<il S IN Hi? <)I !> AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND I*)H| O NSUSi S iHwn/,1 



1 



Eturnagaram (Contd.) 



\?Z Ank;up.1r 
JH KmvNt*Mv,H 
IM Kampur 

Paff i Atuirft 



lit 



Anii.tt.ittt 



HO 

106 (*<itt)3tt*u 



105 

HM 



H)H 



102 Kishtapuratn 
101 Trt 



I*,iffi 



5 Bunj.tr 



H3 Pochtpur 
85 Botfcpallc 



Pan i Lingal 



87 

^6 Ltngiil 
84 ChmulknUpur 
32 Vaddigudrm 
Patti LtngsJ 
80 



[17] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
HOSTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 




Eturnagaram (Conoid.) 



Narasampet 195 



Narasampet 68 



Gudur 



127 



Taluk 



78 Wadagudem 

Patti Bandal 

77 Kothagudem Patti Lingal 

62 Madharam 

81 Bhittupalle 

36 Ranbandala 

35 Ankannagudein 

68 villages are now in Nara- 
sampet taluk after the trans- 
fer of 127 villages to Gudur 
Taluk 

Formed from Narasampet \9l\L.C.Nos.andnames G.O.Ms. 

of 111 villages transferred No, 141 5 Rev. 

from Narasampet Taluk (U) dated 29th 

29 Ramateertham Nov. 1979 

31 Kannaraopet 

32 Govindapur 

33 Nagarajpalle 
28 Shangaram 
21 Rudraguda 

34 Gundlapahad 

38 Rampur 

39 Asuryelli 
37 Medapalle 

35 Itikalpalle 

36 Dabirpet 

40 Kondapur 

68 Pothapur 

69 Konapur 

70 Ankannaguda 

91 Rampur 

97 Poongonda 

98 Ramaram 

99 Mamidigudem 

100 Dubbaguda 

101 Kamaram 

92 Ippala Pegadapur 
90 Jangamwariguda 
86 Kundanpalle 

72 Ootai 

71 Sadireddipalle 

67 Timmapur 

41 Pakhal (Ashoknagar) 

42 Jalbanda 

63 Khanapur 

65 Gundam 

64 Po char am 

66 Murraiguda 

73 Enchaguda 

83 Vajjavaniguda 



[18] 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VII.LAtiFS IN TllV. DID AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 198 J CKNSUSi.S ( 



1 



Gudur (Contd.) 



S4 NVelampnlie 

85 Rmlravanun 

88 YnluIapaJlc 
87 Ymavji'um 

89 RaMKappagut 
93 Dvvavaram 
96 Karnc^aiuli 

102 
103 
104 



113 l>otav,u't 
114 
115 
*>5 Hut gar 



79 

HI 
80 



74 

75 Mylarant 

77 

76 

7H Routuguda 
H(> Juitgtilpailc 
117 Vclhallc 
112 PtiiiuMuiiM 
Ul Oorahaka 
IUH 
105 
107 Narsugutta 



110 BavurgunUa 
195 C'lanicurom 



187 Tirmulguuili 

186 

119 

JI8 Polurum 

120 Bakkachintulapad 

121 KUtapur 

122 Upparaguda 

124 Gunjcd 

125 Chinna Ycllapur 

130 Mangalwarpot 

131 Budhruopct 

132 Ainepailc 

133 Ragamp*t 

62 Tungabandam 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



Gudur (Concld.) 



Warangal 212 



Warangal 
(Rural) 



Warangal 
(Urban) 



65 



20 



65 villages are now in Waran- 
gal (R) Taluk after the trans- 
fer of 20 villages to Warangal 
(U) taluk, 62 villages to 
Ghanpur taluk and 65 villages 
to Wardhannapet Taluk 
Newly formed from 
Warangal Taluk 



134 Rangapur 

135 Kothoor 

136 Dharmaraopet 
129 Vangapct 

128 Bhupatbipet 

126 Adivarampet 

127 Sitanagar 

137 Keshwapatnam 

138 Pongode 

139 Papaipet 

140 Matvecraram 

141 Timmarainpad 
166 Ycllaiguda 

168 Gundenaga 
U)7 Madnapur 

169 Gajulagattu 

176 Ayodhyapur 

177 Gudur 
175 Bollepalle 
174 Rivjanpalle 
162 Nagaram 
160 Intikanne 

170 Katnpalle 

171 Arapanpalle 
173 Naikpalle 

172 Teegalveni 

178 Dameravancha 

179 Ma cher la 

1$5 Tatwari Vempalle 

123 Gopalpur 

184 Vcerampct 

180 Uila 

181 Matwada 

182 Kongaragidda 

183 Neelvancha 

189 Karlai 

190 Irkulakunta 

191 Timmapur 
193 Kodisalmitta 

192 Pandem 



1971 L.C. Nos. and names G. O. Ms. 
of 2 villages transferred No, 1415 Rev. 
from Warangal Taluk (U) dated 29th 

Nov. 1979 

90 Madikondcj. 

89 Somidi 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBIiR OF VII.I.AGI'S IN Till- OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CFNSl'SI-S <<',./</.) 



Warangal (Urban) (Concld.) 



Ghanpur 62 Newly formed from 

Warangal Taluk 



IK 

17 Kunut paitr 

8! HanawkotuU 

d7 M;H\v.ttta 

6fi 1>i'\;uptM 

d.S 

5*> 

71 \V.ttanK.ti I'oil 

76 Ihi 

77 

78 

70 



HO SlM 

8H Kitttipikiimi;i 
l*;7i /*,<*, iVm, 
fr# tiltitntwf f\ihtt\ 

% V via if 



4 11tf\llf 



7 Umktchcrla 

6 I>lituut,s,i 

YtflkurUiy 

122 



jLtmtkipiir 



CiunUalasitg.tr 



HH) Koutlapur 



ii.O, Ms, 
1N K?V< 



Nov. 



102 
106 

107 VcnkamUripet 

121 Tattkuyalu 

123 Fcdda Pendyala 

9! Rampur 

134 Malakupalle 

135 Vanamttlakanuparthy 

136 Vnk*ea|urttftt (Chitur) 

132 RaghunathapolJc 

133 Dhurmapuram 



[21] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



Ghanpur (Concld.) 



Wardhannapct 65 



Newly formed from 
Warangal Taluk 



124 Nasikal 

125 Chinna Pendyala 
120 Rajuvaram 

108 Chilupur 

105 Krishnajigudcm 

103 Fathcpur 

104 Tatikonda 

109 Pullagutta 
119 Ghanpur 

126 Pamnur 

127 Uppugal 
131 Kunuru 

137 Garimallapalle 

138 Tidugu 

139 Saga rum 

129 Konaichalam 

130 Tammadapalle 

128 Timinampet 

117 Ncmiligonda 

118 SivunipalJc 

113 Chagal 

110 Kothapalle 

(Mcdikonda) 

111 Mcdikonda 

112 Raghavapur 

114 Vishwanathpur 

115 Tandarpalle 

116 Teegram 

140 Zafargadha 
146 Aliabad 

145 Timmapur (Chitur) 

141 Suraram 

142 Shapalle 

143 Thammadapalle 

(Gudur) 

144 Obalapur 

1971 L.C. Nos* andnames G.O. Ms. 
of 65 villages transferred No. 1415 Rev. 
to Wardhannapet Taluk (U) dated 29th 
Nov. 1979 

84 Bhatpalle 

85 Koihapalle (Haveli) 
79 Ammavaripet 

75 AHpur 

86 Kondaparty 
152 Inole 

154 Singaram 

74 Mamnoor 

73 Nakkalapalle 
156 Gadepalle 
159 Venkatapur (Haveli) 



[22] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VHJ.AOr-S IN TIH OF D AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND mi Cf-NSUKKS 



Wardhannapet (Contd.) 



MO KajMitnk.mttpatthy 
155 italkkunu 



151 



167 <iavit<hrtt.i 

17! J Hti*r 

165 Sh.ipMt 1 

U4 I.nillfti.i 

16,1 tlpp t !f,i|u 

IK7 K,uiiai 

!K8 Yrllamla 



14H i>a 

147 

201 



175 



176 C'ht 

1*4 

JW Roilak.il 

192 Kathur 



Kwuhiru 



205 

206 Ktrcrll 

207 Pplhireddip 

208 Muripirniii 
209 



Revooru 



3 BO Atja*r*msheri*f 
3^4 Kondapur 
W Ohitijfcaj 



[23] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



Wardhannapet (Concld.) 



196 Jagannathapalle 

195 Ookal Patti Raiparthi 

210 Sannuru 



Jangaon 



187 



Jangaon 



Cheriyal 



55 



81 



55 villages are now in Jan- 
gaon Taluk after the transfer 
of 81 villages to Cheriyal and 
51 villages to Kodakondla 
Taluk 

Formed from Jangaon Taluk 



1971 L.C. Nos. and names G. O. Ms. 
of SI villages transferred No. 1415 Rev. 



from Jangaon Taluk 

25 Danampalle 
24 Chitiyal 

26 Kamlaipalle 

27 Arjunapalle 

30 Jalapalle 

31 Lingapuram 

33 Dhoolmitta 

34 Thornala 

35 Bekkal 

36 Kondapur 

39 Ankushapuram 

40 Bonthaghatnagaram 

41 Tarigoppula 
38 Solipuram 

37 Kootigal 

32 Bairanpalle 
29 Aknour 

28 Dommat 
23 Tadoor 

22 Marimusthiaya 

1 Gowraipalle 

2 Komaravelle 
21 Kistampet 
20 Vercharani 
62 Cheriyal 

61 Narasaipalle 

59 Maddur 

60 Gagilapur 
56 Rebarthy 

55 Vallampatla 

54 Vangampalle 

52 Potharam 

51 Akkerajapalle 

50 Narmetta 

42 Narsapur 

@Ramrajpalle 

43 Abdul nagar am 

44 Gandiramvaram 

45 Machupahad 



(U) dated 29th 
Nov. 1979 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF Vf! I AUI'S IN Till O! n AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND I!>K! (TNSt'Si S if'."!*/,) 



Clieriyal (Conoid.) 



47 NU.i 
4S ii.m 



Kt V \"ki* ml,* 

SI Ami; 1 tpui 

K*i I .!<!. MM 

^7 J ^kk.ijMlK 



HI M.u jiuwn'. 

Kti Saltk^in 

(>^ Ntu-.M^.tl 

IS < ttv-t 



Kodakondla 51 Formed from Jangaon Taluk 



4 A 



U 

1^ 

H 
14 
t^ 

17 



I* i 
K,ti 
Unkil|uHr 



82 H, 

84 

8.1 

78 Ruilx 

77 H; 



75 htfum;H$i^ 

69 ( lunnu H. 

70 IMth.miupci. 

71 N.irayitn.iptir 



0/31 vlllajffx ittni\frwj No, 141$ Rev* 
/wi JtitiRtwtt Ttiluk ( U) dated 2^1 h 

Nov. 

102 Iravennu 
10! Thirmalagin 
100 Gudur 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



1 



Mahbubabad 155 



Mahbubabad 81 



81 villages are now in Mah- 
bubabad taluk after the 
transfer of 74 villages to 
Maripeda Taluk 

Maripeda 74 Formed from Mahbubabad 1971 L.C. Nos. and names G.O.Ms. 

Taluk o/74 villages transferred No. 1478 Rev- 

to Maripeda Taluk (U) dated 6th 

Dec. 1979 



11 So mar am 

12 Zamistanpur 

13 Macharajupalle 

14 Yerraballigudcm 

15 Ramanujapur 
10 Gurihur 

9 Khanapur 

3 Ammapur 

8 Kantaipalem 

16 Kachikal 

17 Nellikudur 
7 Madpalle 

5 Thourur 

4 Chintalapallc 

2 Konimunupallc 

I Velikatta 

78 Chinna Vangura 
77 Venkatapuram 
76 Gopalagiri 

6 Fathepur 

71 Polepalle 

70 Brahman Kothapalle 

69 Bodlada 

73 Danthalapalle 

72 Matedu 

74 Bonthapalle 

75 Cherlapalem 

83 Chikutaipalcm 
82 Harpriyal 

79 Chityal 

80 Bommakal 

81 Karkal 

86 Mupparam Kalan 
85 Kalvapalle 

84 Ramvaram 

89 Agapet 

88 Kummarikuntla 

87 Vemulapalle 
91 Reponi 

90 Gunnepalle 
93 Narsimlapet 

68 Kommulavancha 

67 Jayapuram 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AND 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



Maripeda (ConclcL) 66 Ekkirala 

65 Kausalyadevipalle 

63 Bojjannapet 

64 Gundamrajpalle 
109 Gudur 

112 Jayyaram 

113 Vusampalle 
108 Uggampalle 
107 Yellampet 
106 Mungimadugu 
105 Nagaram Kalan 

94 Vanthadpula 
92 Datla 

95 Rampur 

104 Chillamcherla 
103 Neelkurthy 
102 Anepur 

114 Veeraram 

115 Ullepallo 
121 Erjerla 

120 Dharmaram 

116 Beechrajpalle 

119 Purushothamaigudem 
118 Galivarigudem 

117 Abbaipalem 

100 Maripeda 

101 Guripur 

96 Tallaookallu 

97 Thanaracherla 
. 98 Burhanpur 

99 Gundepudi 



* Total villages of each taluk given under columns 2 and 4 includes the villages which are fully included in urban areas 
also 

The following statement shows the present set villages and towns in each taluk of Warangal 
tip giving the details of the area and number of district. 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE POSITION OF EACH TALUK IN WARANGAL DISTRICT AT 1981 CENSUS 



SI. Name of the 
No. Taluk 


Total 
area in 
Sq. Kms. 


No. of Total 
Towns Villages 


Total number of 
villages 


No. of villages 
included in towns 


Inhabited 


Uninhabited 


Fully Partly 


1 2 


3 


4 5 


6 


7 


8 9 


1 Chitiyal 


779.2 


64 


63 


1 


.. 


2 Parka 1 


580.9 


67 


66 


1 


* r * 


3 Mulug 


2*519.5 


.; 54 


44 


10 





4 Eturnagaram 


682.2 


164 


102 


62 


.. 


5 Gudur 


1,226.1 


127 


112 


15 


.. 


6 Narasampet 


798.8 


68 


67 


1 


.. 


7 Warangal (Urban) 


163,2 


1 8 


8 


.. 


12 5 


8 Warangal (Rural) 


548-8 


65 


65 





.. 


9 Ghanpur 


683.1 


62 


62 


.. 


.. 


10 Cheriyal 


903-2 


81 


81 


* 





11 Jangaon 


732.2 


1 54 


53 


1 


1 


12 Kodakondla 


759.8 


51 


50 


1 





13 Wardhannapet 


704.1 


65 


65 


* . 


* * 


14 Maripeda 


746.4 


74 


72 


2 


* * 


15 Mahbubabad 


Ii008.3 


2 79 


79 





2 


Total 


12,846.0 


4 1,083 


989 


94 


15 5 



Note : 1 The district "Geographical Area" figures are as supplied by the Surveyor General, India. 

2 The total of the area figures of taluks, will not tally with the district area figures because the former represent 
land use area and are derived from the figures supplied by the State Survey Department. 

3 Villages shown under column 5 do not include the villages given under column 8. 



MAJOR CHARACTERISTICS 



Forestry* : The total area under forests in the 
district spread over the two forest divisions, 
namely, Warangal and Mahbubabad 3,137.13 sq. 
kms. while its geographical area is 12,846.00 sq kms. 
The forests of the district come under the category 
of tropical dry deciduous and tropical thorny forest 
types. 

Till 1964 the division was spread over the 
whole revenue district Warangal and has rich and 
valuable tree growth. Subsequently from the 
protection point of view the Warangal division was 
bifurcated into Warangal and Mahbubabad forest 
divisions vide G.O.Ms. No. 2504 F&A (For-I) 
department dated 4-12-1963. In accordance with 
the above government order the forests of Mahbub- 
abad and Narasampet taluks were brought under the 
administrative control of the newly formed 
Mahbubabad division and rest of the forest area 
mainly of Mulug, Warangal and partly Parkal 
taluks were placed under the jurisdiction of 
Warangal division with effect from 16-1-1964. The 
forest area once covered by Mangapet range of 
Palwancha division (Khammam district) was later 
on transferred to Warangal Division on 1-4-1969. 
Again the boundaries of Forest Division were 
re-organised based on the Revenue District boun- 
dary under six point formula in 1976-77. With 
the result the forest area of Jangaon and partly of 
Parkal taluks which were hither to under the 
control of Nalgonda Division and of Hyderabad 
Circle, were added to the Forest area of Warangal 
north division. 

Minerals and Mining : The Warangal district 
mainly composed of rock types of granites. Parts 
of the district consists of Pakhals and relevant 
lateritic formations. 

The granite rocks are being intruded by 
dolerite dykes, quartz veins (amethyst quartz) etc, 
The granite formations are exposed in the form of 
hills, hillocks and small outcrops. They are found 
in different colours, grey, pink and dark grey. 
Phorpharitic (multi-coloured) granite is also 
available. The ordinary granite available in the 
district is used as road metal and building stone. 
The dolerite dykes are being used at number of 
places. This stone (black granite) is mainly used 



for memorials and in other decorative construc- 
tions. The stone is exported to Japan, Germany 
and other countries. The different colours of 
granite available in the district are also praised for 
their export quality. Besides this the other minor 
minerals such as biick earth and sand is available 
in plenty to meet the construction works in the 
district. 

Major potential minerals are not available 
except laterite, amethyst quartz, low grade steatite 
and white clay. The laterite deposit at Advi- 
mallampally scattered in vast area occur in the 
form of pockets and lenses which are mainly 
confined to elevated places of that locality. This 
mineral is utilised in the manufacture of portland 
cement. Occurrence of amethyst quartz veins are 
fpuru^near and around Abdulnagaram (village) of 
"^^^^^^^^uk. This mineral is used as semi- 
precious stone in jewellery. Low grade steatite 
occur in and around Dammannapet village of 
\Varangal taluk. This is used in manufacture of 
pesticides and insecticides. White clay deposits 
are available in a vast area in the reserve forest of 
Madigudem (village) of i*aS9^S^"taluk. This 
mineral is used in ceramics, stoneware pipes and 
fire bricks industres. Occurrence of low grade 
iron-ore and Pakhal shales in reserve forests of 
Pakhals are noticed at different places. Both the 
minerals are not economical. 

Only two Mining Leases were in force upto 
1980 and both of them were non-working. In 1977 
the powers were delegated to this Department to 
grant Quarry Leases and to collect the Mineral 
Revenue thereon. 

Electricity and Power : Rural electrification 
has been undertaken in a big way during the 
decade from 1971 to 1981 and it was found to be 
essential for the economic development of the 
villages. As on 31-12-79, 748 out of 989 inhabited 
revenue villages were electrified forming 75.63% 
of the total villages in the district. The length of 
transmission lines is given below. 

132KV, line 356.8 KM. 

33 KV. ,. 436.1 

11 KV, 3,462.0 

L. T, line. 7,328.0 



Source : District Forest Department . 



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The power sold in the district category-wise 
during the year 1980-81 is detailed below : 



Category 


Power sold during the year 
1980-81 (KW) 


1 Domestic 


16,140*991 


2 Non-domestic 


6,394*647 


3 Railway lighting 


7,885,898 


4 Industrial 


7 1 365*764 


5 Cottage Industries 


462,103 


6 Agricultural 


68*100,999 


7 Public lighting 


1,668,659 


8 General purpose 


155,614 


9 Temporary L. T. 


17,875 


10 H. T. 


16,270,953 


1 1 Temporary H. T. 


87,855,839 



Total 212,319,342 

__ 

Land utilisation*: The land utilisation statistics 
of the district as on 1981 are furnished hereunder: 



SI. Land use 
No. 


Area in 
Hectares 



Percentage 


1 Total Geographical Area 


l283,-552 


J0000 


2 Forests 


371,313 


28-93 


3 Barren and uncultivatable 






land 


49, 910 


3.89 


4 Land put to non-agricul- 






tural uses 


69,682 


5.43 


5 Permanent pastures and 






other grazing lands 


45,177 


3.52 


6 Cultivable waste 


10U66 


0.79 


7 Other fallow lands 


180,309 


14,05 


8 Miscellaneous tree crops 






and groves not included in 






net area sown 


7,956 


' 0.62 


9 Current fallows 


92,432 


7.20 


10 Net area sown 


456,607 


35,57 


U Gross area sown 

i 


544,101 




12 Area sown more than once 


87,494 





Agncalrore: Warangal is predominantly an agri- 
cultural district with large number of artificial lakes 
and river Godavari. The net area sown in the dis- 
tact dunng 1982-83 is 4.93 lakh hectares which 
accounts for 39,40 per cent of the total geographical 
area. The predominant crop grown 'in the district 
is paddy which 'accounts for 34% of the total 

*Source : BureaV o f Economics and Statistics of A.P. 



cropped area. Pulses accounts for 23. 52 and the 
cash crop accounts for 23.57% of the total cropped 
area. 

Animal Husbandry : The livestock population 
in the district as per 71 & 77 censuses is detailed. 





1971 Census 


1977 Census 


Cattle 


790,515 


847, 1 5<; 


Buffaloes 


275 622 


315,624 


Sheep 


419,405 


522,565 


Goat 


169,288 


198,465 


Pigs 


31,947 


38,929 


Poultry 


902,732 


l,030t()29 



Total 



2,589*509 



2,952,771 



Most of the cattle are of non-descriptive type 
and serve dual purpose i e,, ploughing and milk 
The average milk yield in cattle was only 2 to 4 
litres per day and in buffaloes 2 to 6 litres per day. 

During the year 1977-78 re-organisation of the 
department has taken place. Before re organisation 
each veterinary institution covered a bovine popu- 
lation of 19,000 and total livestock population of 
45,430 whereas after re-organisation each veterinary 
institution covered a bovine population of 8,000 
and livestock population of 16,000. The following 
programmes were executed during the decade in the 
district 



Control of epidemics in various livestock 
Treatment to ailing animals, 
Castrations of scrub bulls. 



4 Upgrading of local breed with artificial 
insemination, (Jersey to white cattle and 
Murrah to local buffaloes), 

5 Fodder development. 

6 Follow up of livestock supplied through 
various agencies like D*R D.A , S,C.B.C. 
Corporation, I T. D. A, and others 

7 Propaganda work on management in health 
coverage etc,, 

8 During the year 1981-82 frozen semen was 
started in 16 centres. It is proposed to 
open 50 frozen semen centres during the 
year 1982-83 



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Fisheries : The district with 3,600 tanks of 
short seasonal, long seasonal and perennial waters, 
as also the reservoirs like the Pakhal, Ramappa, 
Laknavaram, Ghanpur and Silavagu and the 
Godavari at Eturnagaram and Mangapet is self- 
sufficient in its fishery requirements. Practically 
this district has neither import nor export of fish. 
There are about 700 tanks that are being main- 
tained by the Fisheries department with an ayacut 
of above 40.47 hectares The total water spread area 
of these tanks comes to 25,900 hectares of which 
6,475 hectares is effective water spread area. The 
rest of the tanks are under the control of respective 
Gram Panchayats. 

There are four fish rearing farms at the follow- 
ing different places in the district with total nursery 
space of 31 cents. 



1. Fish Seed Farm 

2. Fish Seed Farm 

3. Fish Seed Farm 
4 Fish Seed Farm 



Hanamkonda 
Jangaon 
Ashoknagar 
Palampet 



The above rearing farms are constructed long 
back by Panchayat Saraithis (except fish seed farm 
at Hanamkonda) and handed over to the depart- 
ment. They are not in accordance with the norms 
required for the seed production or rearing in 
relation to breeders space, rearing space and nurse- 
ries. The most important handicap with the above 
farms is that though there is assured water supply, 
the area is also not sufficient to take up the seed 
production activities as per requ'rements. Hence 
it is proposed to establish a full fledged fish seed 
farm in the district under Kakatiya canal in an 
extent of about 19.42 hectares where the water 
supply is assured. The estimated cost of the farm 
is about 30 lakhs and the anticipated fish produa* 
tion will be more than one crore. There are 96 
primary fishermen co-operative societies and one 
district fishermen co-operative marketing society of 
Warangal with a membership of 9,339 and paid up 
share capital amount is Rs. 98,457-00. Out of 96 
societies 2 societies are exclusively registered for 
weaker sections and four for tribals. 

During the year 1978-79 an amount of Rs. 15,800 
was sanctioned to 20 Fishermen Co-operative 
Societies from N.C.D.C. f< r the purchase of fish 
seed, nylon yarn and for the lease of tanks. During 
the year 1980-81 an amount of Rs. 26,000/~ from 
N.C.D.C. was sanctioned to Fishermen Co-operative 
Society, Jangaon. During the year 1979-80 an 
amount of Rs. 46,000/~ was sanctioned to Weaker 



Sections Fishermen Co-operative Society, Kama- 
reddipalli for purchase of nylon yarn, deepening of 
tanks and stipend for trainees trained at Inland 
Fisheries Training Centre, Warangal. 

During the year 1979-80 an amount of Rupees 
42,000 was sanctioned to two Scheduled Tribe 
Fishermen Co-operative Societies under Integrated 
Tribal Development Agency towards the cost of 
fish seed, cost of fish feeding, cost of nylon yarn 
and stipend for twenty tribal candidates at Inland 
Fisheries Training Centre, Warangal. 

The department has a Inland Fisheries Train- 
ing Centre at Warangal established during the year 
1970. The centre aims to improve the efficiency of 
inland fishermen in fishing operations and the 
usage of latest techniques in seed production under 
employment of effective fishing gear. Three bat- 
ches of trainees undergo the training for 3 months 
duration in a year. Thirty four batches have been 
completed successfully upto the end of 1980-81. 
The particulars of trainees trained upto 1980-81 are 
as fallows : 

L Stipendary trainees at Rs. 75/- P.M. 671 

2. Non-Stipendary trainees 46 

3. Scheduled' Castes 16 

4. Scheduled Tribes 27 

Industry : It appears that Warangal district is 
rather poor both in respect of large scale and 
small scale industries There are altogether five 
large and medium scale industries providing 
employment to 5,912 persons with a total invest- 
ment of Rs. 4,337 lakhs in the district. With a 
total investment of Rs, 1,034 lakhs, U344 Small 
Scale Industries units have been commissioned 
generating employment to 9,318 persons. Under 
self employment programme, 255 industrial units 
and 88 business units were grounded for which the 
department had released 7.72 lakhs towards margin 
money loan. Under S. E. S. 340 schemes costing 
Rs. 76.28 lakhs were put on ground providing 
employment to 1,020 persons. A margin money 
of Rs. 7.68 lakhs was released for setting up of 
these schemes. 

22 units were sanctioned and an amount of 
Rs. 10,QOO/- was sanctioned towards power connec- 
tion subsidy under Rural Artisans' programme, 
4 units were sanctioned under Rural Artisans' 
programme with Rs. 11,250/- towards works-shed 
and subsidy. Tool kits worth Rs. 17,50Q/- were 
supplied to 108 rural artisans on 100% subsidy 



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I. 



under rural artisans programme 4 industrial 
co-operative societies were sanctioned. Managerial 
subsidy to a tune of Rs. 6,400 under Rural Artisans 
Programme 213 S. S. I. units were sanctioned with 
Rs. 84.66 lakhs under central subsidy scheme. 
An amount of Rs. 1,12 lakhs was provided to four 
units towards refund of s^les tax, and interest free 
loan to a tune of Rs. 11.59 lakhs under New Incen- 
tive Scheme was provided to other four units. 
Under I.R.D P. 440 artisans were assisted and this 
agency released subsidy to a tune of Rs. 12.83 lakhs. 
Apart from this, the agency has given training 
to 1,911 rural unemployed youths (under Trysem 
programme) and an amount of Rs. 18.93 lakhs has 
been released towards stipend as detailed below. 



Trade and Commerce : Marketing department 
operating as Liaison Department between the 
agricultural producer and the consumer had esta- 
blished marketing activity by bringing in regulated 
markets at the trade centres of Warangal, Jangaon, 
Mahbubabad, Kesamudram, Ghanpur and Parkal, 

Subsequently the following thirteen centres 
were declared as having regulated markets namely 
Nekkonda, Narusampet, Cheriyal, Mtilug, Etur- 
nagaram, Thorrur, Ghanpur, Chitiyal, Govinduruo- 
pet, lllenda, Dornakal, Shayampet, Hasanparty. 

Warangal district produces the commodities 
like paddy, jowar, maize* redgram, grccngram, 
horsegram, blackgram, groundnut, tilsceil, castor 
seed, cotton, chillies, coriander and onions. 

The following table illustrates business tran- 
sacted during the decade of 1971-80 in terms of 
arrivals of various commodities and their value at 
each of the marketing centres. 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE RECEIPTS OF COMMODITIES AT VARIOUS MARKHTS 

DURING 1971-80 AND ITS VALUE 



Year 


No. of candidates 


1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 


103 
751 
361 
318 

378 

. . 
1,911 


Total 




Warangal 

2 Jangaon 

3 Narasampet 

4 Kesamudram 

5 Mahbubabad 

6 Ghanpur 

7 Parkal 

8 Mulug 

9 Thorrur 



11.059 ,,220.012 8.184 1,1,4.894 6.39, ,,005.954 7.662 ,, M ..0 11(579 

1-835 ,60.463 1-285 114.353 0-857 1,4.503 1.624 230.574 2.532 
...... 

0-289 22.365 ,53 ,9.227 0,8, 25.833 0.370 48.086 0-406 

0-28, 20.622 o.m 13-69, 0,00 ,3.486 0.277 36, 320 0.267 

0-3.3 28.045 0-290 2,866 0, 43 4 , 773 ^ 



2 , 089 . 5)3 
299.0,2 



46-934 



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STATEMENT SHOWING THE RECEIPTS OF COMMODITIES AT VARIOUS MARKETS 
DURING 1971-80 AND ITS VALUE (Concld.) 



SI. 

No. 


Name of the 
Market 


1975-76 1976-77 


1977-78 


1978-79 


1979-80 


Arrivals Value Arrivals 


Value 


Arrivals 


Value 


Arrivals 


Value 


Arrivals 


Value 


1 


2 


13 14 15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


1 


Warangal 


13.520 2*403.020 19.876 3 


,169.902 


13.105 


2,476-970 


14-341 2 


,522-129 


13-386 


2,379.753 


2 


Jangaon 


1.452 191.286 1.902 


216.832 


1-410 


173-941 


1.795 


224-970 


2.226 


271.294 


3 


Narasampet 


0-408 


35.951 


0.923 


82.921 


0.867 


62.493 


0.540 


69.355 


4 


Kesamudram 


0.381 54-913 0.454 


61.926 


0.465 


- 79.153 


0.886 


106.343 


: 0.605 


102.365 


5 


Mahbubabad 


0.478 15.597 0.840 


93.020 


0.692 


95.733 


0-852 


116.349 


0.434 


69-742 


6 


Ghanpur 


0.307 36.072 0.443 


43.801 


0.154 


16-926 





-- 


0.121 


11-783 


7 


Parkal 


0.092 


10.788 


0.057 


5.752 


0-418 


38.510 








8 


Mulug 


.. 


32.670 


.. 


30.940 


0-947 


85.245 


-- 


- 


9 


Thorrur 


0.041 


4.174 


0.021 


2-565 


0.289 


25-095 


0.200 


22.721 



Note : Arrivals are Quintals in Lakhs 
Value by Rupees in Lakhs 



Transport: During 1971 to 1981, there has 
been two fold growth in the vehicular strength. 
There were a total number of about 2,000 vehicles 
on roll in 1971 whereas there were nearly 5,000 
vehicles in 1981. During -the decadQ nearly 135 
additional buses have been introduced in different 
routes. The And&ra Pradegh Road Transport 
Corporation is mainly operating on almost all the 
passengers transport vehicles with four depots in 
the district with headquarters at Hanamkonda, 
Warangal, Narasampet and Jangaon. Wherever 
the A. P, S. R. T. C, is unable to cater the needs 
of country routes, i. e. cart tracks linking the 



interior villages private operators are catering the 
needs. 

Under village link transport scheme introduced 
in 1979, the programme of extending passenger 
services to rural areas was briskly taken up and as 
many as 340 villages which were hitherto unconnec- 
ted by transport facilities were connected by 
introducing of new routes and by rescheduling 
the existing routes. There are still many villages 
to be linked with passengers transport. Every 
effort is being made to reach the nook and corner 
of the district by road transport and to provide 
more transport facilities for the travelling public. 



PLACES OF INTEREST 



Places of Religious, Historical or Archaelogical 
importance: Places of religious institutions (temples) 
and mutts and of historical or archaeological impor- 



tance in the district are presented in the following 
statement for the convenience of the reader. 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE MONUMENTS/TEMPLES AND MUTTS IN WARANCAL DISTRICT 



SI. Taluk 
<No. 


Name of the town/ 
village 


Name of the Monuments/ 
Temples /Mutts 


~ 


1 2 


3 


4 


1 Mulug 


1 Ghanpur 


Temples and Sculptures of 13th century 






2 Anpalli 


Cairns - Megalithic burials 






3 Mulug Road 


Cairns - Megalithic burials 






4 Katachpur 


1 Hindu Temples and Sculptures of 13th Century of 






Kakatiya style. 








2 Flakes, cover ncolithics, Neolithic implements, 


Mcgali- 






thic burials. 








3 Dolments - Megalithic burials* 




2 Eturnagaram 


Medaram 


f Sri Sammakka Saralamma Ammavaru 




3 Warangal 


1 Warangal 


Shitab Khan's inscriptions 






2 Hanamkonda 


Cairns - Pre-historic burials 






3 Ailoni 


Temple and inscriptions Kakatiya Temple built 


during 






12-13th Centuries 






4 Sidapur 


Stone Circles-Megalithic burials 




4 Ghanpur 


1 Tatikonda 


Fort 






2 Zufargadh 


Fort 




5 Cheriyal 


Komaravelle 


* Sri Mallikharjuna Swamy 




6 Jangaon 


1 Yellamla 


Sri Bhairagi Raghavadas Mutt 






2 Pembarthy 


Sri Bhairagi Jagannadhadas Mutt 






3 Nandikonder 


Hindu Temples, inscriptions and sculptures of 13th 


century 


Cnv\dU#\_ 


> 


inChalukyan style 




7TlT-in fH a 1 J " 
JLUuiucuncijtii 


Pakhal 


Lake and inscriptions and sculptures of 12th Century* 






The dam of the lake is 800 years old 




8 Wardhannapet 


1 Inole 


* Sri Mallikharjuna Swamy 






2 Wardhannapet 


Fort said to have been built by Znfaructowla 


in 18th 




_ 


Century 






3 Alipur 


Stone circles pre-historic burials 






4 Kondiparti 


Cairns Megalithic burials 






5 Dongatogu 


Cremlechs Megalithic tombs 




9 Maripeda 


Narasimlapet 


Sri Venkateswara Swamy 




10 Mahbubabad 


1 Kurvi 


f Sri Virabhadra Swamy 






2 Dornakal 

- 


Flakes, Cores & Neolithic 





Religions institutions which are having an income of R,. one lakh and above" 
+ Relig.ous mstltotions which are having an income of Rs. twenty thousand and above. 
Source : Commissioner of Endowments , A . P. 1981 . 

The Director, Archaeology and Museums, Hyderabad, A. P. 1981. 



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Places of Tourist Interest : 

Warangal : Warangal city is the headquarters 
of the district of the same name and lies on the 
Vijayawada-Hyderabad section of the South Central 
Railway. It is 148 kms. by road from Hyderabad, 
the State Capital. Once the capital of great 
Kakatiya kingdom, Warangal earlier known as 
OrukalluorEkasilanagaram, still retains its impor- 
tance as the cultural centre of Telangana region of 
Andhra Pradesh. Like R^ajamahendravaram of 
Andhra region which gave birth to Mahabharata in 
Telugu by Adikavi Nannaya, Warangal could 
claim equal importance of having created a land- 
mark in Telugu literature through the great poet 
Pothana, the author of immortal Bhagavatarn, the 
finest creation of classical Telugu. Next to Hyder- 
abad, Warangal is the most important place in the 
Telangana region of Andhia Pradesh State. 
Warangal with its historic monuments, fort and 
temples with excellent piece of architecture attracts 
a wide variety of people including pilgrims, histo- 
rians and archaeologists. There a re several places 
of interest in the city and important places are as 
given below : 

Thousand Pillar Temple : The thousand pil- 
lared temple at Hanamkonda, buiJt by Rudradeva 
belongs to the period 1162-63 A.D, It is situated 
at a distance of 4kras, from Han amkonda chow- 
rastha. It is the best example of architecture that 
flourished during the Kakatiya period. This temple 
dedicated to Siva, Vishnu and Surya, Is starshaped. 
The shrines have no deities except for a 'Lingam' 
in one of them. The other interesting features of 
this temple are the richly carved pillars and lintels. 
the beautiful sculptures, the huge granite Nandi, 
which is a splendid specimen of a monolith. The 
Nandi figure measuring six feet in height presents 
itself in beautiful form with exquisitely chiselled 
ornaments and garlands. 

Bhadrakali Temple : It is situated on the top 
of a hillock between Warangal and Hanamkonda, 
The main attraction of the temple is the stone 
image of the deity in human form in sitting posture 
wearing a crown with eight tiands holding weapons. 
The height of the deity is 2.7nxetres and width is 
2.7 metres. 

Warangal fort : It is lo cat ed at 12 kms. distance 
from Hanamkonda. It %vas started by Ring Gana- 
pathideva in 1199 A.D. and completed by his 
daughter Rudramadevi in 1261 A. D. It has two 
walls, the inner one being made of stone and the 
outer ona is of mud walL It is 56 feet high and 72 



feet wide. Near the villages of Thimmapur and 
Narasimalingudem, 9.65 kms. s.^uth of Hanam- 
konda, traces of a third eastern wall with a circum- 
ference of 128 kms. is also visible. A large temple 
in the centre of the fort which was presumably 
under construction has been excavated. Four 
large, elaborately carved gateways called -Kirti 
Stambhas' facing the four cardinal points mark the 
boundary of the original temple. In their design, 
the gateways are reminiscent of the k Toranas' of 
the great stupa at Sanchi. The floor of the temple 
is beautifully polished and shines like a mirror. 

Ranganathaswamy Temple : Popularly known 
as Kasibugga Ranganathaswamy. this temple at 
Warangal was originally a Siva temple. The idol 
of the present God rests on a high pedestal which 
indicates the original seat of a Sivalingam. To the 
north of the temple, there is a small spring which 
according to the legend is an AntharvaKini (under- 
ground current) of the sacred river Ganga and 
therefore, the temple is called Kasibugga Ranga- 
nathswamy temple. The present idol of Ranga- 
nathaswamy was installed obviously after the 
downfall of the Kakatiyas and a local chief built 
the temple as per 'his wife's desire. 

Shambhu Ltngeswara or Swayambhu Temple : 
Before the advent of the Kvkatiyas, a big temple 
dedicated to lord Shambhu Eingeswara with walls 
covering an area of about 10.36 sq. kms. was con- 
structed in the place on which the present histo- 
rical monuments are found. During the 13th 
century, A. D Kakatiya Ganapathideva and his 
daughter Rani Rudrama Devi built a fortress 
around the temple. Inside the fortress. Lord 
Shambhu Lingeswara temple with four gateways 
and great arches with elegant carvings though 
presently in ruins should attract the attention of 
all the tourists. 

Padmakshi Temple : It was also constructed 
during Kakatiya region having religious impor- 
tance. It is on the hillock. On the bottom there 
is pond called Padmakshamma gundam. 

Pakhal lake /^|JP ated * n the revenue village 
of Pakhal in NftfaaMfpWHaluk it was also construc- 
ted during the period of Kakatiyas about the year 
1213 A D. There is a wild life sanctuary being 
developed by the forest department. 

Ingurthi : IngurthL an ancient village of some 
historical significance, was under the reign of the 
Kakatiya Kings. A . reservoir called the Gunti 



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Cheruvu, which is said to have been constructed by 
Kakatiya Prola (A.D. 1117) can still be seen in this 
village. The first Telugu weekly from Telangana, 
namely, the Telugu Patf ika was started and edited 
from this place for some years. 

Ghanapuram : It is located 22.5 kilometres 
north of Mulug, the taluk headquarters. A big 
tank with a catchment area of 64 sq. kms, known 
as Ohanapuram tank and a Siva temple are the 
important places in this village. Both these were 
constructed by the Kakatiya Kings. The place is 
also famous for an excellent variety of rice. 

Kazipet : Kazipet is situated at a distance 
of about 14 kms. from Warangal. It is a big rail- 
way junction. This place is famous for the tomb 
of Afzal Shah Biyabani, the Qazi of Warangal 
during the time of Nizam 'Ali Khan AsafJahll. 
This place is also famous for the 'Urs held in 
honour of Afzal Shah Biyabani from the 21st to the 
28th of Safar (June -July) when more than 10,000 
people from all over India congregate. There are 
two inscriptions in the Dargah of Afzal Shah 
Biyabani. This place is also noted for the Chris- 
tian festival of Lady Fatima. 

Zafargadh : This village is situated about 40 
kilometres south of Warangal city. It is an 
important historical village named after Zafarud- 
doula, a Subedar of the Golkonda rulers, who 



constructed an impregnable bastille for defence, 
Traces of fortifications can still be seen on the hills 
called the Virabhadra hill and the Narasimha 
Swami hill. 

Ramappa Temple : The ancient Ramappa 
temple at Palampet in Mulug Taluk, 77 kms. from 
Warangal and reached by an easy communication 
system is a great tourist attraction. Ramappa 
temple aptly described as the Brightest star in the 
galaxy of medieval temple architecture of the 
Deccan" and constructed during 1213 A, D. to 
1234 A. D, by Recherla Rudra a subordinate king 
to Ganapathi Deva. 

The pillars in the Ramappa temple made of 
black basalt are so exquisitely polished that they 
actually glisten like mirrors. The panels in the 
pillars are the finest examples of art and beauty. 
There is a Nandi (bull god) carved out of a 
single stone and luxuriously ornamented at the 
eastern portico of the temple. The sanctum 
sanctorum has a lingam erected on a high pedestal 
and at the entrance is an elaborately carved 
doorway. 

Ramappa festival is celebrated on Magha 
Bahula Trayodasi and Chaturdasi (February ~ 
March) during Mahasivaratri. The temple attracts 
a large number of devotees. 



Source : 1 Department of Tourism, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad 
2 Andhra Pradesh District Gazetteer, Warangai District 1976 



CENSUS CONCEPTS 



Rural and urban areas : It is customary to 
classify the population of every country at each 
census as Rural and Urban. Such a classification 
has considerable importance and is necessary from 
the point of assessing the differentials in the social, 
economic, cultural and demographic characteristics 
of the population. Hence, at the beginning of 
each census, the criteria for treating a place as a 
town i.e., urban are evolved and the areas are 
then classified according to the definition so 
evolved. The census definition of a town in this 
country was more or less the same from 1891 to 1941. 
The towns broadly comprised all municipalities 
irrespective of the population size and every other 
continuous collection of houses permanently 
inhabited by not less than 5,000 persons while 
provincial Directors of Census Operations having 
'"'Tagard to the character and relative density of 
population, their importance as centres of trade 
decide them to be towns. In the application of this 
definition there was some variation from State to 
State according to the local conditions. It was 
only at the 1961 census that a fairly strict defini- 
tion was sought to be applied throughout the 
country in order to determine a place as an urban 
unit. The same definition was followed at the 
1971 and 1981 Censuses also. The Director of 
Census Operations, however, was given .discretion 
to include places that had other distinct urban 
characteristics and to exclude undeserving cases in 
consultation with the State Government. The 
following criteria are adopted for treating a place 
as urban at the 1981 Census. 

i) A minimum population of 5,000, 

ii) Atleast 75% of the male working 
population is in non-agricultural 
pursuit. 

iii) A density of population of atleast 400 
persons per sq. km. 

The urban criterion of 1981 varies slightly 
from that of 1961 and 1971 Censuses, in which the 
males working in activities such as fishing, logging, 
etc., were treated as engaged in non-agricultural 
and therefore contributed to the 75% criterion in 
1961 and 1971 Censuses, whereas in the 1981 Cgnsus 



these activities are treated as on par with cultiva- 
tion and agricultural labour for the purpose of 
this criterion. 

The towns are distributed into six classes as 
detailed below : 

Classification of towns Population size 

Class I 100,000 and above 

Class II 50000-99,999 

Class III 20,000-49,999 

Class IV 10,000 - 19,999 

Class V 5,000- 9,999 

Class VI below 5,000 

The class I towns are termed as cities. 

Standard Urban Areas : Besides classification 
of all places into rural and urban area*, two more 
concepts viz., Urban Agglomeration and Standard 
Urban Area were evolved from the 1971 Census. 
One of the difficulties in comparing the urban 
population and its characteristics between one 
census and another, apart from the changes in the 
list of certain units at each census, had been the 
change in the jurisdictions of the urban units from 
census to census. The concept of Standard Urban 
Area had been introduced at the 1971 census and 
same was followed in 1981 with a view to obviating 
this difficulty to some extent. The essentials of a 
Standard Urban Area are: (i) that it should have a 
core town of a minimum population size of 50,000, 
(ii) that the contiguous areas made up of other 
urban as well as rural administrative units should 
have close mutual socio-economic links with the 
core town and (iii) that there are probabilities of 
this entire area getting fully urbanised in a period of 
two or three decades. The idea is that it should be 
possible to provide comparable data for a definite 
area of urbanisation continuously for three 
decades which would give $ meaningful picture. 
This replaced the concent of town-group which 
was introduced in the 1961 Census. The town- 
group wa;s made up of independent urban units not 
necessarily contiguous to one another but were to 
some extent inter-dependent. The data for such 
town groups become incomparable from census to 



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census as the boundaries of towns themselves 
change and the intermediate areas are left out of 
account. Thus the concept of Standard Urban Area 
came to be developed for adoption at the 1971 
Census. In Andhra Pradesh, 31 units have been 
selected for demarcating Standard Urban Areas. 
The necessary data will be compiled for these units 
also during the next two or three successive 
censuses in order to study urbanisation around a 
large nuclei. The Standard Urban Area is identified 
by the administrative units that it encompasses 
namely the city, the town and the villages. The 
boundaries of the Standard Urban Area ^ are the 
administrative boundaries of the peripherial units- 

Urban Agglomeration : Apart from town/city, 
the 1971 concept of Urban Agglomeration has also 
been adopted for the 1981 Census. An Urban 
Agglomerat'on constitutes : 

a) A city with continuous outgrowth (the 
part of outgrowth being out of the 
statutory limits but falling within 
the boundaries of adjoining village or 
villages); 

b) One town with similar outgrowth or 
two or more adjoining towns with 
their outgrowths as in (a); 

c) A city and one or more adjoining 
towns with their outgrowths all of 
which form a continuous spread. 
There are only 4 urban agglomerations 
in the State viz., Vishakhapatnam, 
Rajahmundry, Vijayawada and Hyder- 
abad.' 

Census House : A census house is a building 
or part of a building having a separate main 
entrance from the road or common courtyard or 
staircase etc., used or recognised as a separate 
unit. It may be inhabited or vacant. 

Household: A household is a group of persons 
who commonly live together and would take their 
meals from a common kitchen unless the exigen- 
cies of work prevented any of them from doing so. 
There may be one member household, two member 
household or multi-member household. For census 
purposes each one of these types is regarded as 
household. Again, there may be household of 
persons related by blood or household of unrelated 
persons or even of mixed type. Examples of 
unrelated households are boarding houses, hostels, 
residential hotels, orphanages, rescue houses, 
ashrams, etc. These are called institutional house- 
holds. 



Scheduled Castes /Scheduled Tribes : Scheduled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes are those notified 
under Article 341 of the constitution according to 
which the President may with respect to any State 
or Union Territory and where it is State after 
consultation with the Governor thereof, by public 
notification, specify the castes, races or tribes 
which shall for the purpose of the constitution be 
deemed to be Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes 
in relation to that State or Union Territory, as the 
case may be. 

For the purpose of 1981 Census, the Scheduled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes orders (Amendment) 
Act 1976, notified under the Government of India, 
Ministry of Home Affairs, Notification No. BC 
12016/34/76-SCT-V dated 27-7-1977 was adopted. A 
copy of the list of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled 
Tribes in Andhra Pradesh is given under the note 
on Primary Census Abstract. 

Literates: A person who could both read 
and write any language with understanding was 
treated as a literate at the 1981 Census. A person 
who could merely read but could not write or vice 
versa was not treated as literate. The test for 
reading was ability to read any simple letter either 
in print or in manuscript. Children aged 4 years 
and below were treated as illiterates. The test for 
education was that a person should have passed a 
recognised written examination or examinations 
as proof of educational level attained. The highest 
examination passed was taken as the level of 
education. 

Worker : The definition of work adopted in 
1981 Census is as follows : 

"Work may be defined as participation in 
any economically productive activity. Such 
participation may be physical or mental 
in nature. Work involves not only actual 
work but also effective supervision and 
direction of work". 

In the concept of work, a significant departure 
is made at the 1981 Census. At the 1971 Census, 
the main activity of a person was initially enquired 
according as he spent his time basically as a 
'worker', engaged in production of goods and 
services or as a non-worker. For regular work in 
organised sector, the reference period was the 
week prior to enumeration, and for seasonal work 
such as agriculture, etc., the last one year. Persons 
engaged atleast for a day in regular (non-seasonal) 
work during the preceding week were treated as 



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workers. The work of a person who was basically 
a non-worker, such as a student, or housewife but 
had made some marginal contribution to work 
was classified as secondary work and this was 
recorded separately. 

At the 1981 Census it was considered desirable 
to have a detailed I profile of the working popula- 
tion as possible^ maintaining the comparability 
with 1961 and 1971 data. An attempt was made to 
find out if a person had done any work at all 
during the last year. It will thus be seen that the 
questions on economic approach have been 
designed to distinguish all the workers, regular or 
seasonal and non-workers with reference to the 
last one year prior to the date of enumeration. 
It was intended to find out how many had worked 
for 183 days or more i. e., 6 months or more and 
information regarding the secondary work done 
by regular workers and also the marginal work 
done by the non-workers was collected. It was 
felt in the present context that the usual status of 
worker was more appropriate when compared with 
the approach of current status of worker followed 
earlier. The broad classification of workers is 
explained under the note on the Primary Census 
Abstract. 

Non-workers : All others who did not do any 
productive work irrespective of whether they 
derived some income such as through pension, 
rents etc., or did not derive any income were 
classified under category (X) non-workers. 

The non-workers are divided into the follow- 
ing seven categories; 

1. Household duties i. e., all those persons 
basically engaged in unpaid home duties 
doing no other work ; 



2. Students i. e., all full-time students or 
children attending school ; 

3. Retired persons or a rentier i. e., a retired 
person not employed again or rentier or 
royalty receiver or any other person of 
independent means for securing which he 
does not have to work and who does no 
other work ; 

4. Dependent i. e., an infant or child not 
attending school, a person permanently 
disabled from working due to illness or 
old age or if able bodied who have no 
other activity and who are not seeking 
any work either, but are purely dependent; 

5. Beggars, etc., i. e., beggars, vagrants or 
an independent woman without indication 
of source of income and those of unspeci- 
fied source of subsistence and who are not 
engaged in any economically productive 
work ; 

6. Institutional inmates i. e., a convict in a 
jail or an inmate of penal, mental or 
charitable institution ; and 

7. Other non-workers all non-workers 
who may not come under any of the above 
six categories. 

Marginal workers : A significant feature of 
the 1981 Census was the collection of information 
on marginal workers who had done some work for 
a period of less than 6 months during the reference 
year prior to census taking. At the 1971 Census 
though this concept was not introduced there was 
a comparable category called non-workers with 
secondary work. 



HISTOKY OF DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK 



District manuals compiled and published prior 
to 1905 by the erstwhile composite Madras Govern- 
ment contained not only particulars of items of 
more or less a permanent character such as 
physical characteristics, history, religion and 
ethnography, but also a few statistical tables 
including those relating to population which 
became obsolete within a few years of publication. 
Later, the Madras Government replaced the 
District manuals by another publication viz., the 
District Gazetteer consisting of two volumes A and 
B. Volume A contained descriptive and such 
genera] tables as might be necessary to explain the 
text and Volume B contained detailed statistics. 
It was decided that Volume B should be brought 
out periodically after each Decennial Census so 
that they contain the latest statistics. Volume A 
was published for some districts between 1905 and 
1927 in the composite Madras State. The publica- 
tion of Volume A was discontinued in 1927. 
Volume B was published for all the districts of the 
composite Madras State between 1906 and 1915. 
The publication of Volume B was also stopped 
after 1931 Census. Due to the world war II, they 
were not published after the 1941 Census. 

Similarly in the erstwhile Hyderabad State 
also the Gazetteer volumes were brought out for 
some of the districts. 

The scheme of publication of revised District 
Gazetteers was started in 1958 by the State Govern- 
ments and in this State, the Gazetteers of all the 
districts except Hyderabad and Ongole have been 
published. 

The Village Statements: Apart from the 
District Manual and Gazetteers the Census data 
upto village level used to be published in a 
brochure called 'Village Statement' for each 
District immediately after every census from 1872 
upto 1941. 

The village statements presented only the 
number of occupied houses and population by 
religion of each village and town. From 1951 
Census, the Village Statements were replaced by 
the District Census Handbooks. 



District Census Handbooks : Sri R. A. Gopala 
Swamy, I. C. S., the then Registrar General, India 
and Ex-officio Census Commissioner of India 
pioneered the idea of compiling the District 
Census Handbooks for each district and intro- 
duced the same in 1951 Census. This was envisaged 
as part of the plan intended to secure an effective 
method of preserving the census records prepared 
for areas below the district level, He proposed 
that all the District Census Tables and Census 
Abstracts prepared during the process of sorting 
and compilation, should be bound together in a 
single manuscript volume called the 'District 
Census Handbook' and suggested to the State 
Governments that the Handbook with or without 
the addition of other useful information relating to 
the District should be printed and published at 
their own cost, in the same manner as the village 
statistics of the last censuses. This suggestion was 
accepted by most of the State Governments. 
Both the composite Madras State and the erstwhile 
Hyderabad State accepted this suggestion and 
published the District Census Handbooks for each 
district at their own cost. In the erstwhile 
-Hyderabad State, the District Census Handbooks 
were brought out in two parts, Part I containing the 
administrative statistics and Part 11 the census 
tables whereas in composite Madras State the 
Handbooks were brought out in one single volume 
for each district. 

Pattern of District Census Handbooks Bt 1961 ; 

At the 1961 Census, the scope of the District 
Census Handbooks was enlarged significantly by 
Sri Ashok Mitra, I. C, S., the then Registrar 
General, India. District Census Handbooks of 
1961 of Andhra Pradesh included four parts. The 
first part contained narrative description of the 
physical features, history, social, economic and 
demographic characteristics, the progress made in 
each field of administration over the past decades 
and a brief gazetteer of places. The second part 
contained the administrative statistics of various 
departments. The third part contained the 1961 
Census tables viz., General population tables, 
economic tables on Scheduled Castes and Sche- 
duled Tribes The fourth pnrt consisted of village 
and town directory which was the most vital part 



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of the Handbook, giving the villagewise and town- 
wise primary census abstract i. e., particulars of 
area, households, population, scheduled castes, 
scheduled tribes, literacy, broad categorisation of 
working population, etc. Important amenities 
such as educational, medical, public health and 
communication facilities available were also indi- 
cated against each village and town. Nine such 
tables containing village-wise particulars such as 
irrigation sources, important crops raised, value 
of land, co-operative societies industrial establish- 
ments, police stations, list of skilled craftsmen, etc., 
were given after village and town directory. A 
statement on fairs and festivals in the district was 
given at the end of the volume. All these four 
parts were bound in a single volume and published 
at the cost of the State Government. 

Pattern at 1971 Census: At the 1971 Census 
it was decided to enlarge the scope, in view of its 
usefulness to the official users of the census data 
and the increased demand among the public. 
There was some delay in the publication of District 
Census Handbooks at 1961 Census due to two 
reasons - 1) inadequate printing facilities and 
2) delay in the preparation of District Census 
Handbook which contained four parts. In order 
to avoid delay in the publication and to make 
available the more important data to the planners 
at the earliest, the District Census Handbook was 
prepared in 3 parts viz,, Part A, Part B and Part C 
as shown below. 

Part - A : Village and Town Directory 

Part - B : Village and Town Primary Census 
Abstract 

Part - C : Administrative Statistics and Report 

Parts A and B were bound in a single volume 
and were published for all the districts as early as 
in 1974. However, the printing of Part C was 
given up. 

Pattern at 1981 Census: At the 1981 Census, 
the format of village directory and statements of 
town directory are almost similar to those adopted 
for 1971. The District Census Handbook of 1981 
Census comprises of the following two parts 
brought in single volume, the grouping of which 
would enhance the value of publication as the data 
given therein are closely interrelated. 

Part A : Analytical note 

Part B : Village and Town Directory and 

Village and Town-wise Primary 

Census Abstract 




It has been decided not to go in for adminis- 
trative statistics that is part - C as it was our 
experience during 1971 Census that there was 
inordinate delay in collecting the administrative 
statistics pertaining to various departments with 
the result that the publication of this part of District 
Census Handbook was dropped in Andhra Pradesh 
State. Other reason for 'dropping the publication 
is that administrative statistics, would be available 
to the data users in the publications of the State 
by Bureau of Economics and Statistics and the 
concerned departments. 

The formats of village directory and of seven 
statements on town directory are on the same 
pattern canvassed in 1971 Census except for a few 
additional columns. These additional columns are 
introduced to throw more insight into the infra- 
structure of the villages and towns. /V feature of 
1981 pattern is the restructuring of all the ameni- 
ties except power supply in the villages and to 
bring them together, with the corollary that in 
case any amenity is not available in the village, the 
distance of the nearest place where the facility is 
available is presented. Similar method is followed 
" in respect of towns where educational and medical 
facilities are not available. While presenting the 
additional columns of Town Directory, the 
Minimum Needs Programme of the Planning Com- 
mission is kept in view. The scope of village direc- 
tory, town directory statements and primary census 
abstract along with the codes used under each 
column are explained hereunder. 

Scope. * Village Directory : As was done in 
the past, the village directory has been prepared for 
all the villages in the State and these are presented 
taluk- wise in the District Census Handbook, 
(D, C. H). For convenience of references, an 
alphabetical list of villages in respect of each taluk 
precede the village directory for that taluk. This 
is done for easy location of any village in the direc- 
tory since the information is arranged in ascending 
order of the location codes of the villages. 

In the village directory, various amenities and 
other data have been indicated by codes. These 
include, area of the ,village, total population with 
number of households at 1981 Census, availability 
of amenities such as educational, medical, drinking 
water and P&T facilities, communication facilities, 
type of approach to village' and the distance of 
nearest town, power supply and land use parti- 
culars. There are 20 columns in the village 
directory covering the above aspects. 



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Columns 1 to 3 relate to the location code 
number, name and total area of the village. The 
area given under column 3 is as per the data 
collected from the State Survey Department. 
Wherever the figures are not available from the 
State Survey Department, the figures furnished by 
the Tahsildars have been adopted. Cols. 4A and 
4B provide the number of households and popula- 
tion of the village as per 1981 Census. Columns 5 
to 11 and 13 list out the basic amenities available 
in the village such as educational, medical, 
drinking water, postal, day of the market, commu- 
nications, approach to the village and electricity. 

In order to indicate the food habits, informa- 
tion on the staple food of the majority during the 
major portion of the year was collected under 
column 14. Wherever it was difficult to clearly 
determine a particular grain as staple food, the 
combination of grains mainly used as staple food 
has been indicated. 

Columns 15 to 19 pertain to the land use 
pattern in the village. The extent of forest area 
has been given in column 15 while in columns 16 
and 17 the extent of cultivated area in the village, 
has been given. The extent of irrigated area 
together with different irrigational sources has 
been indicated in column 16. Thfe extent of 
culturable waste has been shown in column 18 while 
the area not available for cultivation such as 
village site, road and railways or underwater, 
etc., has been indicated under column 19. 

The concepts of various types of land use 
given under each of the columns 15 to 19 are 
explained below : 



1. Forests (Col. 15) : 



These include ail actually forested 
areas and the lands classed or 
administered as forests under any 
legal enactment dealing with forests 
whether State owned or private. 
If any portion of such land is not 
actually wooded but put to some 
agricultural, use, that portion is 
included under the appropriate 
heading of cultivated or uncultiva- 
ted land. 



Cultivated area This includes the land under the 
with break-up following three categories, 
irrigated and un- 
irrigated (Cols. 

) (i) Net area sown: 

The net area sown represents the 
area sown to crops counting areas 
Sown more than once in the same 
year, only once. 



(Hi) 



Culturable Waste: 
(Column 18) 

(0 



4. 



Area not availa- 
ble for cultiva- 
tion. (Col, 19) 



Other fallows : 

This includes all lands which were 
taken up for cultivation but are 
temporarily out of cultivation for 
a period of not less than one year 
and not more than five years. The 
reasons for keeping such lands 
fallow may be either due to poverty 
of the cultivators or inadequate 
supply of water or malarial climate 
or silting of canals or rivers or 
unremunerative nature of farming, 
etc. 

Current fallows : 

This class comprises cropped 
areas which are kept fallow during 
the current year. If any seedling 
area is not cropped again in the 
same year* it is also treated as 
current fallow. 

This includes the land under the 
following three categories. 

Permanent pastures and other grazing 

lands : 

These cover all grazing lands 
whether they are permanent pas- 
tures and meadows or not. Village 
common and grazing lands within 
forest areas are included under this 
head. 



(//) Miscellaneous tree crops , groves not 
include din the area sown : 

Under this class is included all 
cultivable land which is not inclu- 
ded under net area sown but is put to 
some agricultural use. Lands under 
casuarina trees, thatching grass, 
bamboo bushes and other groves 
for fuel, etc., which are not inclu- 
ded under 'Orchards' are classed 
under this category. . 

(/i7) Culturable waste : 

This includes lands available for 
cultivation but not taken up for 
cultivation or abandoned after a 
few years for one reason or other. 
Such lands may be either fallow or 
covered with shrubs and jungles 
which are not put to any use. They 
may be assessed or not assessed and 
may lie in isolated blocks or within 
cultivated holdings. Land once 
cultivated but not cultivated for 
five years in succession is also 
included in this category. 

This includes the land under the 
following two categories. 



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(i) Land put to non~agricultural uses: 

All lands occupied by buildings, 
roads and railways or underwaters, 
. e. g., rivers and canals and other 
lands put to uses other than agri- 
cultural. 

(ii) Barren and uncultivable land : 

This covers all barren and uncul- 
tivable land like mountains, etc., 
i.e. , which cannot be brought under 
cultivation unless at a high cost 
whether such land is in isolated 
blocks or within cultivated holdings. 

Column 20 is for recording remarks, if any, 
on matters like place of religious, historical or 
archaeological interest and for information on the 
number of copies of newspapers circulated in the 
village, and the number of motor cycles/scooters, 
cars/jeeps and tractors available in the village. 

All the above particulars are based on the data 
received from the concerned departments like 
^education, medical, postal and electricity and also 
from the Tahsildars concerned. 

In the Appendix to the village directory taluk 
level totals of the amenities have been furnished 
which gives the picture for the district as a whole. 
At the 1981 Census, additional items viz., total 
population and number of households and 
approach to village have been introduced. Infor- 
mation on population and number of households 
will be useful as ready reference for analysing the 
data. 

Item on communications has been singled out 
to spell in terms of availability of the public 
transport system. This is intended to see whether 
the village Is served by any mode of transport such 
as bus or rail or waterway. It is against this back- 
ground that the item on approach to village has 
been listed separately. This refers to road, etc., 
leading to the village and is to indicate whether 
the village is approachable both in fair and f jul 
weather and whether it is inaccessible for all time 
or only some time in the year. Adult literacy 
class/centre under item on 'Education' and primary 
health centre and community health worker under 
item 'Medical* of village directory are included to 
indicate statistics on the Minimum Needs Pro- 
gramme of the Planning Commission. 

Scope of Town Directory : There are seven 
statements in the Town Directory which include 
several particulars relating to the towns arranged 
as per the alphabetical order of their names. These 



statements are almost similar to those adapted in 
1971 Census except for a few additional columns. 
The titles of the statements are as follows : 

Statement I : Status and growth history 

Statement II : Physical aspects and location of 
towns, 1979 

Statement III : Municipal Finance, 1978-79 
Statement IV : Civic and other amenities, 1979 

Statement IVA : Civic and other amenities in 
notified slums, 1979 

Statement V : Medical, Educational, recreational 
and cultural facilities, 1979 

Statement VI : Trade, Commerce, Industry and 
Banking, 1979. 

With a view to facilitate analysis of data, a few 
new columns have been introduced. The column- 
class of town in every statement is a significant 
addition. By taking the class of town into consi- 
deration the infrastructure of amenities and 
facilities available in urban areas can best be 
analysed. The addition of civic administrative 
status in statements III and IV and population in 
statements IV and V also serve the same purpose. 
The formats of Town Directory have been devised 
to suit the Minimum Needs Programme of the 
Planning Commission. As a sequel to this 
programme, the columns, scheduled castes and 
scheduled tribes population in statement IV and 
Adult Literacy Classes/centres in statement V are 
identical. 

Incase such of the amenity as Fire Fighting 
Service in statement IV the Educational Facility 
in statement V is not available in the town, the 
name of the nearest place if in the same district or 
the name of the nearest district if in the same state 
or other state where available along with its distance 
from the referrent town has been given. This is a 
new feature of 1981 Census as it is necessary to 
identify the areas that have no specific facility in 
the district. 

Statement VII i e., population by Religion 
and Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes in towns 
of 1971 census was discontinued at the 1981 Census 
and a new statement IVA has been introduced to 
explore the possibility of civic and other amenities 
available in notified slums in Class Land class II 
towns only. 



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The following four places are urban areas 
in Warangal District at the 1981 Census. 

1. Dornakal 

2, Jangaon 

3, Mahbubabad 

4. Warangal 

Of these four places, Jangaon and Warangal 
are municipalities and Dornakal and Mahbubabad 
arepanchayat towns. 

Warangal, Mahbubabad, Jangaon and Dornakal 
were classified as towns from 1901, 1931, 1941 and 
1951 respectively. 

None of the towns in this district has been 
treated as Urban Agglomeration. Warangal city 
with some of its surrounding villages as given 
below is treated as standard Urban Area in this 

district. 



Standard 


Component units 


Urban Area 


Urban Rural 


1 


2 3 



Warangal i Waranga! (M) 1 Madikpnda (R) 

2 Waddepalle(R) 

3 Kumarpalle(R) 

4 Gorrekunta 

5 Warangal Fort (R) 

6 Kadipikonda 

7 Gopalpur 

8 Enmamula 



Warangal is the class I town, i. e., town with a 
population of one lakh and above. There are no 
Class II towns i. e., with a population of 50,000 to 
99,999. Jangaon and . Mahbubabad are Class HI 
tons whose population ranges from. 20,000 to 
49,999. Dornakal is the Class IV town the popula- 
tionof which ranges from 10,000 to 19 999. There 
are no Class V and Class VI towns i. e., towns with 
a population of 5,000 to 9,999 and less than 5,000 
respectively in the district. The urban population 
of the district i s 396,474 persons constituting 
17,24% of the total population. The corresponding 
urban population in 1971 was 251.249 persons 
constituiug B.42% of the total population of the 
district. Warangal, the district headquarters town, 



with a population of 335, 150 persons and an area 
of 54.98 sq. kms. is the largest town in this district 
from the point of view of population and area. 

Statement I : Status and Growth History 

This statement provides basic information on 
civic status, population with decadal growth rate 
from 1901 to 1981, density for 1981 Census and sex 
ratio from 1961 to 1981 Censuses of each town in 
columns 2 to 19. 

In this as well as in all other Town Directory 
Statements, columns 1 & 2 relate to serial number 
and class, name and civic administrative status of 
the town. Class of town has been introduced to 
facilitate analysis of Town Directory data at the 
State and all India levels. This is presented 
according to 1981 population of the core town as 
per the population size classification. 



Population 

100,000 and above 
50,000-99,999 
20,000-49,999 
10,000-19,999 
5,000- 9,999 
Below 5,000 



Class 
I 

II 

III 

IV 

V 

VI 



The civic administrative status of the town is 
indicated in brackets by abbreviated letters like 'M' 
for Municipality and 4 P' for Panchayat. The loca- 
tion code number under Col. 3 for the town was 
framed to follow the alphabetical order of the 
towns in the district. This also facilitates easy 
location of the town in the map. The name of 
taluk where the town is located is given to facili- 
tate analysis of data at State and all India level. 
Area in sq. kms. and number of households 
including houseless households for each town is 
included in the Town Directory for th$ first time 
in 1981 Census. The population of the town with 
decadal growth rate from 1901 Census to 1981 is 
given in columns 7 to 15. The percentage growth 
rate is indicated below the population in brackets. 
Density for 1981 is a new Column (cal. 16) intro- 
duced to facilitate analysis of Town Directory data. 
It has been calculated taking into account the area 
and the population of 1981 Census of town and 
presented per sq. km. Sex ratio from 1961 to 1981 
censuses has been given in Cols 17 to 19* This is 
also a new addition to facilitate analysis of Town 
Directory data. Sex ratio defined here is number of 
females per 1,000 males. 



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All the towns in this district except Warangal 
have a continuous and steady growth in their 
population. There was an unusual growth in the 
population of Warangal during the decade 1901 to 
1911 and a decrease during the decade 1911 to 1921 
due to the epidemic of influenza at that time 
throughout the Telangana area 

Of the four towns in the district, Warangal is 
the largest town having an area of 54.98 sq. kms. 
Next to it comes Mahbubabad (17 61 sq. kms.) 

Warangal municipality with an area of 54.98 
sq. kms. records the highest density of 6,096 
persons per sq. km. as against the district average 
density of 179 persons per sq km. 

Statement II : Physical aspects and location of towns, 
1979 

This statement has 12 columns and depicts 
physical aspects and location of towns in the 
district. The asterisk mark in Col. 3 indicates 
that the data published in Statistical supplement to 
part II of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette for the year 
1978 has been given. The rainfall for the rest of 
the towns and maximum and minimum tempera- 
ture under Columns 4 & 5 for all the towns 
recorded in 1971 Census were given. If this 
information was not available for any town, then 
the particulars available for the nearest town have 
been given against such town. 

The district has a satisfactory net work of 
road and rail communications. All the four towns 
are connected by buses. The broad guage line of 
Secunderabad to Delhi and Vijayawada passes 
through the district. All the four towns in the 
district are directly connected by rail communi- 
cation. 

There is no navigable river/canal in the 
district for providing cheap navigational facilities, 

Statement III : Municipal Finance, 1978-79 

The data for inclusion in this statement was 
obtained from the respective statutory and non- 
statutory bodies from their budgets and accounts. 
* 

The statement shows that no town has an 
excess of expenditure over income. In all the 
towns the amount spent on public health and 
conveniences and public works vary from 13.84 to 
25.38% and from 11.73 to 31.52% respectively in 
their total expenditure. For public institutions 
like schools and libraries the, amount spent by 



Warangal town is 84% of total expenditure. The 
remaining towns DornakaK Jangaon and Mahbub- 
abad have spent nothing from their incomes. 

Statement IV : Civic and other amenities, 1979 

As the title itself reveals, this statement deals 
with the facilities provided to the people in urban 
areas of the district. 

The most striking feature is the availability of 
facility of sewerage and open surface drains in 
all the towns. All the towns have protected water 
supply. Of the four towns, only Warangal city 
has the facility of fire fighting service 

All the four towns have electric supply for 
domestic as well as industrial purposes. 

In Andhra Pradesh domestic service includes . 
supply of energy for lighting, fans and domestic 
purposes in domestic premises and supply in 
poultry farming units up to 100 birds. Industrial 
service means supply for purposes of manufactur- 
ing, processing and/or preserving goods for sale, 
rice mills, oil mills, flour mills, ginning mills, 
decorticating mills, dal and gram mills, stone 
crushers, water works and sewerage pumping 
stations operated by local authorities or Govern- 
ment departments or Co-operative house building 
societies and pumpsets of railways for whatever 
purpose they may be used. Commercial service 
includes the supply of energy for lights, fans for 
non* domestic and commercial purposes. Road 
lighting service includes supply of energy for 
lighting on public roads, streets, thorough fares 
including parks, markets, cart stands, bridges and 
for traffic signalling. Supply of energy to places 
of worship like churches, temples, mosques, guru- 
dwaras, educational institutions, student hostels, 
municipal guest houses, T. Bs, circuit houses of 
the Government, charitable institutions and recog- 
nised service institutions are included in 'Others** 

Warangal has the highest number of industrial 
(600), commercial (4,956) connections and road 
lighting points (3,975) followed by Jangaon. 

Statement IV A : Civic and ether amenities in 
notified slums, 1979 

This is a new statement on civic and other 
amenitfes provided to the people living in notified 
or recognised slums in Class I and II towns. Since 
the magnitude of slum is greater in respect of 
Class I and II towns, presentation of data on slums 
is limited to class I and II towns only. Warangal 
is the only class I town and there is no class II 
Town in the district. 



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Statement V : Medical, Educational, Recreational 
and Cultural facilities in towns, 1979 

In this statement, the magnitude of facilities 
on medical, educational, recreational and cultural 
aspects with reference to population of 1981 has 
been detailed in respect of the various towns in the 
district. All the towns in the district have hos- 
pitals and all of them together have 41 medical 
institutions which include hospitals, dispensaries, 
T.B. clinic, maternity and child welfare centre and 
leprosy hospital. The total bed strength available' 
in all the 41 medical institutions is 1.215 to cater 
the medical needs of the entire urban population of 
396,474 persons in the district 

Institutions covering all systems of medicine 
have been included in the statement. Warangal 
town has a bed strength of 1,056 constituting of 
86.91% of the total bed strength available in all the 
urban areas of the district. 

There are two Medical Colleges, one Engineer- 
ing College and one Polytechnic College at 
Warangal. 

There are 9 Degree Colleges, eight in Warangal 
and one at Jangaon. 

There are 13 Junior Colleges or Higher Secon- 
dary Schools, 57 Secondary or High Schools, 90 
Junior Secondary or Middle Schools and 104 Pri- 
mary Schools in all the towns put together in the 
district. A different method has been adopted in 
presenting the number of educational institutions. 
Composite schools like middle schools with primary 
classes or secondary schools with middle classes 
have been included in the number of primary and 
middle schools respectively. For example, if in a 
town there are two primary schools upto say class TV 
and one high school from class I to class X, the 
number of primary schools in the town is given as 
three and that of middle school as one and secon- 
dary schools as one even though there are physi- 
cally only three educational institutions. Again a 
composite school having classes up to class XII 
has been divided as shown below : 

Class I to IV : Primary 

Class V to VIII : Middle 

Class IX to X ; Secondary 

Class XI to XII : Higher Secondary 



Thus the number of educational institutions 
physically existing within a town has not been 
presented but has been presented by the grouping of 
the classes in the institutions and treating each group 
as a school of its kind. This grouping holds true 
irrespective of educational institutions they belong 
to. For instance, the grouping marked as Higher 
Secondary i.e., Class XI and XII may physically 
belong to a college but for the purpose of town 
directory these two classes put together constitute 
one unit of a Higher Secondary School and the 
rest of the college has been treated as a college. 

There is only one stadium in the district at 
Warangal town. Regarding recreational and cul- 
tural aspects there are 21 cinema halls, 6 auditoria 
and 13 public libraries/reading rooms in all the 
four towns put together. 

Statement VI : Trade, Commerce, . Industry and 
Banking, 1979 

Warangal district is one of the backward dis- 
tricts in respect of major industries. The Azam 
Jahi Textile Mill is the important large scale indus- 
try in the district located in Warangal town. There 
are small scale industrial units in the district. The 
important are, manufacturing of Barium Salt unit 
in Dornakal, leather tanning units at Warangal and 
Jaogaon, bone crushing unit, Indian Hume Pipe 
Company and saw mills spread over Warangal, 
Mahbubabad and Jangaon. Manufacture of furni- 
ture and other wood product units, bicycle 
assembling unit, Sadhana Paints factory, Steel 
trunk and plastic bangles manufacturing units are 
located in Warangal town. There are two industrial 
estates one at Warangal and other at Jangaon, to 
promote the industrial activity of the district. In 
addition to these industries, cottage and village 
industries are well spread over the district. 

The d : slrict is served by a net work of 33 banks 
of which 24 are in Warangal, 4 each in Jangaon 
and Mahbubabad and one at Dornakal. 

Hundred and sixty eight Agricultural Credit 
Societies and 88 Non-agricultural Credit Societies 
are serving the total urban population of the district. 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 




The Primary Census Abstract provides the most 
important statistics relating to residential houses^ 
households and population and its characteristics 
down to the village/ward levels in rural/urban 
areas respectively. The Primary Census Abstract 
and some other tables till the 1971 Census, were 
generated by breaking the Individual Slip pads and 
sorting them manually. As a distinct departure 
from this procedure, the system of 1981 Census 
tabulation avoided breaking of the pads and 
manual sorting of the Individual Slips. The data 
on Primary Census Abstract was obtained by 
compilation of data available in Part-II of the 
Household Schedule, namely Population Record. 

Primary Census Abstract of 1981 Census has 
been presented on the following aspects for each 
revenue village in respect of rural areas and for 
each ward/locality/block of a town in urban areas. 

1. Location Code number and name of 
village/town and area. 

2. Total number of occupied residential 
houses and total number of households. 
Total population and its sex breakup. 

population of Scheduled Castes and 
Scheduled Tribes by sex breakup. 

Literate persons by sex. 

Total main workers (I to IX categories) 
and the breakup of the workers into four 
broad categories, viz. : 

Category I Cultivators 
Category II : Agricultural Labourers 
Category V (a) : Household Industry 
Category III, IV, Other workers and also the 
V(b)&VItoIX: marginal workers and non- 
workers by sex. 

The column 'Marginal Workers' is an addition 
to the Primary Census Abstract in 1981 Census 
and was not there in the previous censuses. The 
marginal worker is defined as a person who has 
worked in any economic activity for less than 183 
days or 6 months in a year Thus he would be 
basically classified as a non-worker for the major 
part of the year. 



3. 

4. 

5. 
6. 



While presenting the data in the Primary 
Census Abstract, villages and towns have been 
arranged in the ascending order of their L. C. 
Nos. The wards in each town have also been 
arranged similarly. The uninhabited villages and 
villages fully included -in a town have been 
indicated accordingly in the rural Primary Census 
Abstract. In case of villages which are partly 
included in towns the word 'Rural' has been added 
in brackets after the name of the village and the 
particulars relating to the rural portion only have 
been presented against such villages. An alpha- 
betical list of villages together with their respective 
L. C. Numbers is given at the beginning of each 
taluk, which helps the reader to locate the village 
for which data on the Primary Census Abstract is 
required. 

The basic characteristics of such of those 
persons who were alive at the sunrise on 1st March, 
1981 whether they lived in normal residential 
houses or huts or in institutions like hospitals, 
hostels, asylums, boarding houses, hotels, etc., or 
houseless persons like the wandering tribes, pave- 
ment dwellers have been presented in 28 columns 
of the Primary Census Abstract. 

As per the 1981 Census count the population of 
Warangal district is as follows: 



Persons 

Total 2,300,295 
Rural 1,903,821 
Urban 396,474 



Males Females 

1,171,482 1,128 813 

966,467 937,354 

205,015 191,459 



Cols. No. 1 & 2 indicate L.C. No. and name of 
village/town /ward. Location Code is a device by 
which every village or town in a taluk of every 
district in a State is identified by a combination of 
numbers. Districts in the State are serially 
numbered in a clockwise direction starting from 
Srikakulam district and ending with Nalgonda 
district. In this process Warangal district was 
allotted L.C. No. 21. Likewise the taluks in each 
district were given numbers serially in a clockwise 
order and the villages in each taluk were assigned 
serial numbers in serpentine order. Unlike the 



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districts, taluks and villages, the towns in each 
district were given numbers in alphabetical order. 
L.C. Nos. of villages were given in Arabic 
numerals while those of towns in Roman numerals. 

Col. 3: This column shows the area of villages 
in hectares while the area of town is given in 
sq. kms. based on the information furnished by 
the respective State agencies. Where the area of a 
particular village/town was not available, the fact 
was noted as N.A. against that village/town. The 
area of all the villages and towns put together may 
not be equal to the area of the taluk since the area 
of the taluk includes area of villages, reserve 
forests, rivers and hills within the taluk. Rural 
area of a taluk presented in P.C.A. is obtained by 
deducting urban area from the total area of the 
taluk as furnished by the State Survey Depart- 
ment. Similarly, the rural area of a district can be 
obtained by deducting the total urban area of all 



the towns from the total area of the district. The 
area figures of the districts in the State are those 
supplied by the Surveyor General of India. Hence 
the total area of all the taluks in a district put 
together may not tally with the district area figures. 

Col. 4: Number of occupied residential houses 
in a village/town includes partly residential houses 
also. 

Col. 5: This column includes houseless house- 
holds and institutional households as well. 

Cols. 6 to 8: Total population includes house- 
less and institutional population with sex break up. 

Cols. 9 to 12: Under these columns the popu- 
lation of S.Cs. and S.Ts. by sex is given. A copy of 
the list of S.Cs, and S.Ts in Andhra Pradesh as 
notified in Presidential Order No. BC 12016/34/76- 
SCTV dated 2-7-1977 is appended below. 



List of Scheduled Castes in Andhra Pradesh 



1 Adi Andhra 

2 Adi Dravida 

3 Anamuk 

4 Aray Mala 

5 Arundhatiya 

6 Arwa Mala 

7 Bariki 

8 Bavuri 

9 Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam 

10 Bindla 

1 1 Byagara 

12 Chachati 

13 Chalavadi 

14 Chamar, Mochi, Muchi 

15 Chambhar 

16 Chandala 

17 Dakkal, Dokkalwar 

18 Dandasi 

19 Dhor 

20 Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano 

21 Ellatnalawar, Yellammalawandlu 

22 Ghasi, Haddi, Relli Chachandi 

23 Godagali 

24 Godari 

25 Gosangi 

26 Holeya 

27 Holeya Dasari 

28 Jaggali 

29 Jambuvulu 

30 Kolupulvandlu 



31 Madasi Kuruva, Madari Kuruva 

32 Madiga 

33 Madiga Dasu, Mashteen 

34 Mahar 

35 Mala 

36 Mala Dasari 

37 Mala Dasu 

38 Mala Hannai 

39 Malajangam 

40 Mala Masti 

41 Mala Sale, Netkani 

42 Mala Sanyasi 

43 Mang 

44 Mang Garodi 

45 Manne 

46 Mashti 

47 Matangi 

48 Mehtar 

49 Mitha Ayyalvar 

50 Mundala 

51 Paky, Moti, Thoti 

52 Pambada, Pambanda 

53 Pamidi 

54 Panchama, Pariah 

55 Relli 

56 Samagara 

57 Samban 

58 Sapru 

59 Sindhollu, Chindollu 



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List of Scheduled Tribes in Andhra Pradesh 



1 Andh 

2 Bagata 

3 Bhil 

4 Chenchu, Chenchwar 

5 Gadabas 

6 Gond, Naikpod, Rajgond 

7 Goudu (in the Agency tracts) 

8 Hill Reddis 

9 Jatapus 

10 Kammara 

11 Kattunayakan 

12 Kolam, Mannervarlu 

13 Kouda Dhoras 

14 Konda Kapus 

15 Kondareddis 

16 Kondhs, Kodi, Kodhu, Desaya Kondhs, 
Dongria Kondhs, Kuttiya Kondhs, Tikiria 
Kondhs, Yenity Kondhs 

17 Kotia, Bentho Oriya, Bartika, Dhulia 
Dulia. Holva, Paiko, Putiya, Sanrona', 
Sidhopaiko 

Cols. 13 & 14: Literate persons are shown 
under these columns. A person who can both read 
and write with understanding in any language is 
taken as literate. A person who can merely read 
but cannot write is not a literate. All children of 
the age of 4 years or less are treated as illiterate 
even if the child is going to school and may have 
picked up reading and writing a few odd words. 

Cols. 15 to 28 : At the 1981 Census, population 
has been broadly divided into three sections based 
on main activity viz., workers, marginal workers 
non-workers Their details are shown under these 
columns. 

The definitions and concepts adopted in the 
economic classification of population at the 1981 
Census are given under item Analytical Note. 

Work : Work is defined as participation in any 
economically productive activity. Such participa- 
tion may be physical or mental in nature. Work 
involves not only actual work but also effective 
supervision and direction of work* A man or a 
woman who is doing only household duties or 



18 Koya, Goud, Rajah, Rasha Koya, JLinga- 
dhari Koya (Ordinary), Kottu Koya, Bhine 
Koya, Rajkoya 

19 Kulia 

20 Malis (excluding Adilabad, Hyderabad, 
Karimnagar, Khammam Mahbubnagar, 
Nizamabad, Medak, Nalgonda and 
Warangal districts) 

21 Manna Dhora 

22 Mukha Dhora, Nooka Dhora 

23 Nayaks (in the Agency tracts) 

24 Pardhan 

25 Porja, Parangiperja 

26 Reddi Dhoras 

27 Rona, Rena 

28 Savaras, Kapu Savaras, Maliya Savaras, 
Khutto Savaras 

29 Sugalis, Lambadis 

30 Thoti (in Adilabad, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, 
Khammam, Mahbubnagar, Medak, Nal- 
gonda, N zamabad and Warangal Districts) 

31 Valmiki (in the Agency tracts) 

32 Yenadis 

33 Yerukulas 



making something only for domestic consumption 
(and not for sale) is not doing any work in census 
Terminology. The reference period is the one year 
preceding the date of enumeration. Persons who 
had worked for 183 days or more, in other words 
worked 6 months or more are class fied under 
cultivator, agiicultural labourer, hoisehold 
industry and other workers according to the nature 
of work one did. Such of those persons who had 
worked for less than 183 days or 6 months are 
shown as marginal workers.. 

Cultivator : For purposes of census a person 
is working as cultivator if he or she is engaged 
either as employer, single worker or family worker 
in cultivation of land owned or held from govern- 
ment or held from private persons or institutions 
for payment in money, kind or share. Cultivation 
includes supervision or direction of cultivation. 

Agricultural labourer; A person who works in 
another persons land for wages in money, kind or 
share is regarded as agricultural labourer. An 
agricultural labourer has no right of lease or 
contract on land on which he/she worked. 



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Household Industry : Household industry is 
defined as an industry conducted by the head of the 
household himself/herself and or by the members 
of the household at home or within the village in 
rural areas and only within the precincts of the 
house where the household lives in urban areas. 
The large proportion of workers in a household 
industry should consist of members of the house- 
hold including the head. The industry should not 
be run on the scale of registered factory which 
would qualify or has to be registered under the 
Indian Factories Act. 

Other Workers : All workers who are not 
cultivators or agricultural labourers or in house- 
hold industry are other workers. The type of 
workers that come under this category include 
factory workers, plantation workers those in trade, 
commerce, business, transport, mining, construc- 
tion, political or social work, all government 
servants, municipal employees, teachers, priests 
entertainment artists, lawyers, barbers, dhobis etc. 

According to the 1981 Census there are 431,339 
occupied residential houses and 457,763 households 
in Warangal district compared to 342,639 residential 
houses and 376,285 households in 1971 registering 
an increase of 25.89% in number of residential 
houses and 21.65% in number of households. 

The total number of persons returned at the 
1981 Census in Warangal district is 2,300,295 as 



against 1,870,933 in 1971 Census thus recording an 
increase of 22.95% as against the states growth rate 
of 23.10%. The proportion of rural and urban 
population to the total population in the district 
works out to 82.76% and J7.24% respectively in 
1981 Census compared to 86.57% and 13.43% in 
1971 Census. There are 964 females per every 
1,000 males at the 1981 Census when compared with 
State index of 975 females per 1,000 males. The 
ratio of 956 females per every 1,000 males was 
recorded at 1971 Census. 



Warangal district returned 541,618 literates at 
1981 Census forming 23.55% of the total population 
of the district compared with 338,837 literates con- 
stituting 18.11% at 1971 Census. The sex break up 
of literacy rates during 1981 is 33. 12% among males 
and 13.61% among females. Rural-urban breakup 
of literacy rates indicate 17.75% of population are 
literates in rural, while this is 51.38% in urban 
population. The corresponding rural and urban 
rates of literacy at 1971 are 13.95% and 44.93% 
respectively. 

In Warangal district there are 1.098,602 workers 
constituting 47.76% of the total population as 
against 797,723 workers forming 42.64% in 1971 
Census. Among males the workers constituted 
57.00% while among females 38.17% are workers. 



BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE VILLAGE & TOWN DIRECTORY AND 
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT DATA 



There are 1,074 villages in the district at the 
1981 Census as against 1085 at 1971*. Out of the 
1,074 villages, 989 are inhabited while 85 villages 
are uninhabited. 5 inhabited villages are reported 
as partly included in different towns of the district. 
15 villages which are fully included in urban areas 
are not taken into consideration in arriving the 
total number of villages in the district. The 
following table gives the population of taluks by 



total/rural/urban with sex break-up. The number 
of villages and towns in each of the taluks is also 
indicated in this table. 

Urban population of the total 15 taluks retur- 
ned only in three taluks. Warangal urban taluk has 
more urban population as per 1981 Census amongst 
the three taluks. The remaining 12 taluks are 
reported as exclusively rural taluks. 



Table 1 

POPULATION* NUMBER OF VILLAGES AND TOWNS, 1981 



Population 


TsTn nf 


Q1 


Name of 




Total 






Rural 


Urban Villages 


No.of 


ol. 

No, 


Taluk 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F P 


M F Total Inhabi- Towns 




















ted 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 9 


10 11 12 


13 


14 


1 


Chitiyal 


96,806 


48,987 


47,819 


96,806 


48,987 


47,819 


64 


63 


. . 


2 


Parkal 


162,987 


82,743 


80,244 


162,987 


82,743 


80,244 


67 


66 


- 


3 


Mulug 


108 , 824 


55,382 


53,442 


108,824 


55,382 


53,442 


45 


44 


- 


4 


Eturnagaram ' 


65,701 


33,891 


31,810 


65,701 


33*891 


31,810 


164 


102 


-- 


5 


Gudur 


102,822 


52,023 


50,799 


102,822 


52,023 


50,799 


127 


112 


-- 


6 


Narasampet 


152,997 


77,753 


75,244 


152,997 


77,753 


75,244 


68 


67 


-- 


7 


Warangal 


360 r 650 


186,291 


174,359 


25,500 


13,058 


12,442 335,150 


173*233 161,917 8 


8 


1 




(Urban) 




















8 


Warangal 


167,289 


85,727 


81,562 


167,289 


85,727 


81,562 


65 


65 







(Rural) 




















9 


Ghanpur 


145,261 


73,565 


71,696 


145,261 


73,565 


71,696 


62 


62 





10 


Cheriyal 


147,904 


74,307 


73,597 


147,904 


74,307 


73,597 


81 


81 





11 


Jangaon 


138,831 


70,223 


68,608- 


113,719 


57,172 


56,547 25,112 


13,051 12,061 54 


53 


1 


12 


Kodakondla 


109,025 


55,265 


53,760 


109,025 


55,265 


53,760 


51 


50 


- 


13 


Wardhannapet 


158,773 


80,784 


77,989 


158,773 


80,784 


77,989 


65 


65 


- 


14 


Maripeda 


153,121 


77,728 


75,393 


153,121 


77,728 


75,393 


74 


72 


- 


15 


Mahbubabad 


229,304 


116,813 


112,491 


193,092 


98,082 


95*010 36,212 


18,731 17,481 79 


79 


2 




Total 


2,300,295 


1,171,482 


1,128,813 


1,903,821 


966,467 


937,354 396,474 


205,015 191,459 1,074 


989 


4 



Note : * Decrease is due to merger of 9 Villages with other main revenue villages and two villages are reported as 
fully included in their respective urban areas by loosing their rural character during the decade. 



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The following table compares the taluk-wise 
population from 1971 and 1981 Censuses for total, 
rural and urban areas. Warangal urban taluk has 
recorded the highest growth rate of 47,91% during 



the decade 1971-81, while Ghanpur taluk has recor- 
ded the lowest growth rate of 9.77%. Negative 
growth rate (-7.48%) is recorded in Maripcda taluk. 



Table 2 

DECADAL CHANGE IN DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION 



Population 


Percentage decadal 
(1971-81) variation 

^ i ,^ ^ 

n Total Rural Urban 




Taluk 


Total 


1971 
Rural Urban Total 


1981 
Rural Urba. 




1 


2 


3 4 


5 


96 


6 7 


8 


9 
22,16 


10 


1 


Chitiyal 


79,247 


79,247 


96,806 


,806 


22 


.16 


2 


Parkal 


134,196 


134,196 


162,987 


162 


,987 


21 


.45 


21 


.45 


.. 


3 


Mulug 


86,101 


86*101 


108,824 


108 


'824 


26.39 


26 


.39 





4 


Eturnagaram 


, 45,135 


45,135 


65,701 


65 


701 


45 


<57 


45 


57 





5 


Gudur 


79,625 


79,625 


102,822 


102 


,822 


29 


13 





,13 


.. 


6 


Narasampet 


124,961 


124*961 


152,997 


152,997 


22.44 


22- 


'44 




7 


Warangal (Urban) 


243,830 


36,310 207,520 


360,650 


25, 


500 335,150 


47.91 -2<X 


77 


61.50 


8 


Warangal (Rural) 


139,132 


139,132 


167,289 


167 


'289 


20 


,24 


20 


.24 




9 


Ghanpur 


132,335 


132,335 


145,261 


145 


,261 


9.77 


9, 


.77 


* * 


10 


Cheriyal 


133,467 


133*467 


147,904 


147,904 


10*82 


10 


82 


* 


11 


Jangaon 


120*745 


103,879 16,866 


138,831 


113, 


719 25*112 


14' 


98 


9< 


,47 


48,89 


12 


Kodakondla 


95,429 


95,429 


109,025 


109*025 


14,25 


14, 


,25 




13 


Wardhannapet 


135,015 


135,015 


158,773 


158, 


773 


17* 


60 


17, 


60 




14 


Maripeda 


165,493 


I'65*493 


153,121 


153, 


121 


-7. 


48 


-7. 


48 




15 


Mahbubabad 


156,222 


129,359 26,863 


229,304 


193,092 36,212 


46. 


78 


49. 


27 


34*80 
57*80 




District Total 


1,870,933 


1,619,684 251,249 


2,300,295 

* 


1,903,821 396,474 


22.95 


17.54 



Table 3 shows the total number of inhabited 
villages in the district classified by population into 
six broad ranges. In computing the number of 
villages in a taluk, the villages which are either 
completely included in an urban unit or returned 



uninhabited are not taken into account. Maximum 
number of villages are in the size group of 500-1 ,999 
population and form 44.89% of total villages in 
this district 



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Table 3 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY 
POPULATION RANGES 



Range of 
population 


No, of villages 
in each range 


Percentage of 
villages in each 






range 


1 


2 


3 


- 199 


86 


8.70 


200 - 499 


89 


9.00 


500 - 1 ,999 


444 


44.89 


2,000 - 4,999 


316 


31.95 


5,000 - 9,999 


50 


5-06 


10,000 -f 


4 


0.40 


Total 


989 


100.00 



Table 4 presents the distribution of villages by 
density into nine ranges and also the percentage 
of villages in each range. The density figures 
per sq. km. of each village have been worked out 
by using the area figures corrected upto two places 
of decimal The highest proportion of villages is 
observed in the density range of 101-200. More 
than 85% of villages come under density group 101 
and above. This district has returned a density of 
179 persons per square kilometre as against 195 
persons for the State. 

Table 4 
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY DENSITY 



Range of Total No. of 
density villages in each 
(persq.km.) density range 


Percentage of 
villages in each 
density range 




1 


2 


3 




- 10 


16 


1.62 


11 


- 20 


15 


1.52 


21 


- 50 


36 


3-64 


51 


- 100 


70 


7.08 


101 


- 200 


371 


37.51 


201 


- 300 


283 


28-61 


30J 


- 500 


125 


12.64 


501 


f 


48 


4.85 


Not known 


25 


2.53 




Total 


989 


100.00 



According to 1981 Census the population of 
Scheduled Castes in Warangal district is 383,770 
accounting for 16.68% of the total population of 
the district. Scheduled Caste population in this 
district forms 4.82% of the total Scheduled Caste 
population in the State. The proportion of Sche- 
duled Caste population to total population in the 
villages is calculated for all the villages in the 
district and arranged in seven ranges together with 
percentage of villages in each range. 69.56% of the 
villages have Scheduled Caste population in a 
percentage range above 11. Only 9.81% of villages 
are without Scheduled Caste population. 

Table 5 

PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES 

POPULATION TO TOTAL POPULATION 

IN THE VILLAGES 



Percentage range 
of Scheduled No. of villages 
Castes popula- in each range 
tion to total 
population 


Percentage 
of villages 
in each range 


1 


2 


3 


Nil 


97 


9.81 


5 or less 


62 


6.27 


6 - 10 


142 


14.36 


11 - 15 


184 


18.60 


16- 20 


213 


21.54 


21 - 30 


203 


20.52 


31 and above 


88 


8-90 


Total 


989 


100.00 



The Scheduled Tribes population in the district 
is only 292,772 persons forming 12.73% of the 
total population of the district. 33 87% of the total 
villages in the .district have returned the propor- 
tion of Scheduled Tribe population less than 5% 
range, which excludes 13.14% of the total number 
of villages which have no Scheduled Tribe popul- 
ation. Among the taluks, highest proportion of 
Scheduled Tribe population is returned in Gudur 
taluk accounting for 13.70% of the total Scheduled 
Tribe population in the district. 



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Table 6 

PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBE POPULATION 
. TO TOTAL POPULATION IN THE VILLAGES 



Percentage range 






of Scheduled 


No. of 


Percentage 


Tribe popula- 


villages in 


of villages 


tion to total 


each range 


in each range 


population 






1 


2 


3 


Nil 


130 


13-14 


5 or less 


335 


33.87 


6 - 15 


121 


12-23 


16 - 25 


89 


9.00 


26 - 35 


58 


5-87 


36 - 50 


90 


9-10 


51 and above 


166 


16.79 


Total 


989 


xoo.oo 



Table 7 provides the total population, sche- 
duled caste and scheduled tribe population and the 
percentage of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe 
population to the total population of the towns in 
the district. 

The total scheduled castes population in urban 
areas of the district at 1981 census was 49,935 
persons representing 12.59% of the total urban 
population. Among the towns, proportions of 
scheduled castes population varies from 8,35% in 
Mahbubabad town to 19.72% in Dornakal town. 

Total scheduled tribes population in urban 
areas of the district according to 1981 census was 
10,695 persons constituting 2.70% of the total 
urban population. The proportion of Scheduled 
tribes population varies from 1.21% in Jangaon 
town to 14,85% in Dornakal town. 



Table 7 
PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES/SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION IN TOWNS 



Name of the Town 



Total Total Scheduled Total Scheduled 

Population Caste Population Tribe Population 



1 


2 


3 


. . , _, 
4 


Dornakal (P) 


14,558 


2)871 


2,162 


Jangaon (M) 


25,112 


2,813 


305 


Mahbubabad (P) 


21,654 


t809 


2,514 


Warangal (M) 


335,150 


42,442 


5.714 



Percentage of Sche- 
duled Caste Popula- 
tion to total 
population 



19.72 

11*20 

8-35 

12.66 



Percentage of 

Scheduled Tribe 

Population to total 

Population 



14.85 
1.21 

11.61 
1-70 



AH Towns 




The following Table 8 gives the literacy rates 
by population ranges of villages in the District. 
Warangal district occupies 13th rank in literacy 
amongst the districts in Andhra Pradesh State. The 
proportion of literates of this district constitifc 
3.39% of the total Andhra Pradesh literates. 

Highest literacy rate of 37.11% is found in 
villages with 10,0004- population. 



Table 8 

LITERACY RATES BY POPULATION 
RANGES OF VILLAGES 



Below - 200 
200 - 499 
500 - 1,999 
2>000 - 4999 
5000 - 9999 
10000 - -f 




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Table 9 shows the literacy rates for the towns 
in the district as per 1981 census. 

The literates in all the four urban areas in the 
district together constitute 203,715 persons forming 
51.38% of the urban population. Among the towns 
the literacy rate varies from 47.34% in Mah- 
bubabad town to 51.69% in Warangal, the district 
headquarters town. 

Table 9 

LITERACY RATES FOR TOWNS 



Name of the Town 



Literacy Rate 



1 



Dornakal (P) 
Jangaon (M) 
Mahbubabad (P) 
Warangal (M) 



49.96 
51.56 
47-34 
51.69 



AH Towns 



51.38 



Table 10 presents the proportions of literates, 
workers, non-workers, scheduled castes/scheduled 
tribes population to the total population, giving 
break-up by taluk (total/rural/urban) and by sex. 



There is a highest concentration of scheduled 
castes and scheduled tribes population in the rural 
areas than in the urban areas. Warangal district 
has returned 23 55% of the total population of the 
district as literates. Warangal (U) taluk has retur- 
ned 50.25% of literates and this is the highest in the 
district. Mahbubabad taluk has returned the 
largest number of workers 98,693 in its rural areas 
accounting for 10.05% of the total rural workers of 
the district and 51.1 1% of the total rural population 
of the taluk. Chitiyal taluk stands first among the 
taluks in the district in the proportion of workers 
to total population. Warangal (R) taluk has retur- 
ned 22.60% of scheduled caste population while 
the least is in Gudur taluk with 8.47%. In rural 
areas of taluks, Warangal (U) taluk with 32.13% 
stands the highest while Gudur recorded the last 
position with 8.47%. The percentage of scheduled 
caste population in urban areas range between 
11.20% to 12.92% among the taluks. Gudur taluk 
has recorded highest proportion of scheduled tribe 
population with 38.96% while Warangal (U) taluk 
has the least proportion of scheduled tribe popula- 
tion with only 1.70%. Warangal (U) taluk tops the 
list in literacy rates among the total, male and 
female population as well as in rural and urban 
pockets. The literacy rates recorded in this taluk 
are higher than the district and State averages, 
in the case of both sexes. 



(Table 10 overleaf) 



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Table 

LITERATES, WORKERS, NON-WORKERS, SCHEDULED 



PERC ENT AC EOF 


Total Total Population 


S.C. Popu- 

l o f j/"*n tn 


S.T. Popu- Literates to total 


population 


Urban P 


M 


F 


IdlJULl \.\J 

total 


total 


P 


M 


F 


Population Population 




(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 


Chitiyal 


T 


96 806 


48,987 


47,819 


20.05 


7-19 


13-98 


22.16 


5.60 






R 


96,806 


48,987 


47,819 


20.05 


7.19 


13-98 


22.16 


5.60 






U 


.. 


, m 


_ 


. 










2 


Parka) 


T 


162*987 


. 82,743 


80,244 


20.72 


1.75 


18.23 


28.61 


7.53 






R 


162,987 


82,743 


80,244 


20.72 


1.75 


18.23 


28.61 


7.53 






U 


t 9 


ir 


tm 












3 


Mulug 


T 


108*824 


55,382 


53,442 


15.45 


15.37 


21.47 


31.00 


11.58 






R 


108,824 


55,382 


53,442 


15-45 


15.37 


21-47 


31.00 


11.58 






U 


tt 
















4 


Eturnagaram 


T 


65,701 


33,891 


31,810 


16.17 


30,88 


,17.37 


25.53 


8.69 






R 


65,701 


33,891 


31,810 


16-17 


30,88 


17.37 


25.53 


8.69 






U 



















5 


Gudur 


T 


102,822 


52,023 


50,799 


8.47 


38.96 


11.32 


17.57 


4.91 






R 


102,822 


52,023 


50,799 


8.47 


38.96 


11-32 


17.57 


4.91 






U 


















6 


Narasampet 


T 


152,997 


77,753 


75,244 


13.14 


15.04 


17.57 


26-89 


7.95 






R 


152,997 


77,753 


75,244 


13.14 


15.04 


17.57 


26.89 


7-95 






U 


f 

















7 


Warangal (Urban) 


T 


360,650 


186,291 


174,359 


14.04 


1.70 


50-25 


63.06 


36-58 






R 


25,500 


13,058 


12,442 


32.13 


1.60 


31-37 


44.13 


17.98 






U 


335,150 


173,233 


161,917 


12.66 


1.70 


51-69 


64-48 


38.00 


8 


Warangal (Rural) 


T 


167,289 


85,727 


81 ,562 


22.60 


5-97 


19-54 


30.17 


8.37 






R 


167,289 


85,727 


81,562 


22.60 


5.97 


19.54 


30.17 


8-37 






U 


















9 


Ghanpur 


T 


145,261 


73,565 


71,696 


21-08 


5.42 


20-13 


29.41 



10.60 






R 


145,261 


73,565 


71,696 


21.08 


5-42 


20.13 


29.41 


10.60 






U 


ft 
















)0 


Cberiyal 


T 


147,904 


74,307 


73,597 


18.59 


4.86 


21.25 


31.80 


* > 
10.61 






R 


147,904 


74, 307 


73,597 


18-59 


4.86 


21.25 


31.80 


10.61 






U 


f9 
















n 


Jangaon 


T 


138,831 


70,223 


68,608 


19.11 


3.51 


24-20 


34.41 


13.74 






R 


113,719 


57,172 


56,547 


20.86 


4.01 


18.15 


27.57 


8.63 






U 


25,112 


13,051 


12,061 


11.20 


1.21 


51.56 


64.36 


37.72 


12 


Kodakondla 


T 


109,025 


55,265 


53,760 


16.84 


16.07 


16.77 


25.08 


8-23 






R 
U 


109.025 


55,265 


53,760 


16-84 


16.07 


16.77 


25-08 


8.23 


13 


Wardhannapet 


T 


158,773 


80,784 


77,989 


19-47 


12.32 


19-63 


27.94 


11.02 






R 
U 


158,773 


80,784 


77,989 


19.47 


12-32 


19.63 


27.94 


11-02 


14 


Maripeda 


T 


153,121 


77,728 


75,393 


16.26 



24.58 


14.76 


21.65 


7-66 






R 

U 


153,121 


77,728 


75,393 


16.26 


24-58 


14-76 


21.65 


7.66 


15 


Mahbubabad 


T 
R 


229,304 
193,092 


116,813 
98,082 


112.491 
95,010 


11.81 
11.60 


31.45 
34.92 


19.54 
14.13 


27.00 
20.71 



11.79 
7.34 






U 


36,212 


18,731 


17,481 


12.92 


12.91 


48.39 


59.95 


36.00 




District Total 




2,300,295 
1,903,821 
396,474 


1,171,482 
966,467 
205,015 


1,128,813 
937,354 
191,459 


16.68 
17.53 
12.59 


12.73 
14.82 
2.70 


23.55 
17.75 
51.38 


33.12 
26.55 
64.06 


13,61 
8.67 
37.80 



[57] 



10 



CASTE/TRIBE POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT 



PERCEN 


T AGE OF 


Main workers to 


Marginal workers 


Total 


workers to 


Non-workers to 


total population 


to total population 


total 


population 


total population 


Total 






P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M F 


P 


M 


F 


Rural 
Urban 


Name of Taluk 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) 


(20) 


(21) 


(22) 


(2) 


(1) 




5L06 


62.23 


39-62 


6-29 


1.09 


11.62 


57.35 


63.32 51.23 


42.65 


36.68 


48.27 


T 


Chitiyal 


1 


51.06 


62.23 


39.62 


6.29 


1-09 


11.62 


57.35 


63-32 51.23 


42.65 


36.68 


48.27 


R 






.. 


.. 


.. 


. . 


., 


. . 


m B 


* 


.. 






U 






46.06 


56.98 


34.81 


5.42 


0.59 


10.40 


51.48 


57.67 45.20 


48-52 


42.43 


54.80 


T 


Parkal 


2 


46.06 


56.98 


34-81 


5.42 


0.59 


10.40 


51.48 


57.67 45.20 


48-52 


42-43 


54.80 


R 






.. 


.. 


.. 









.. 


. . . 


u 


.. 


.. 


U 






42.52 


57.65 


26-83 


6.92 


0.41 


13.68 


49.44 


53-06 40.51 


50.56 


41.94 


59.49 


T 


Mulug 


3 


42.52 


57.65 


26.83 


6.92 


0-41 


13.68 


49.44 


53.06 40.51 


50.56 


41-94 


59-49 


R 






.. 


.. 


.. 








, . 


. . 


.. 


, 9 


.. 


U 






45.25 


59.40 


30.18 


4.39 


0.51 


8.51 


49.64 


59.91 38.69 


50.36 


40-09 


61.31 


T 


Eturnagaram 


4 


45.25 


59.40 


30.18 


4.39 


0.51 


8.51 


49.64 


59.91 38-69 


50.36 


40.09 


61.31 


R 






.. 


. 






, . 




. . 


.. 





n 




U 






44.55 


59.42 


29.32 


8.20 


0.48 


16.10 


52.75 


59.90 45.42 


47-25 


40.10 


54.58 


T 


Gudur 


5 


44.55 


59.42 


29.32 


8.20 


0.48 


16-10 


52.75 


59.90 45-42 


47-25 


40.10 


54.58 


R 






.. 


.. 




. . 


. 






. . 


, . 


^ f 




U 






43.48 


56.86 


29.65 


6.24 


0.56 


12.11 


49-72 


57.42 41.76 


50.28 


42.58 


58.24 


T 


Narasampet 


6 


43.48 


56>86 


29.65 


6-24 


0.56 


12.11 


49.72 


57.42 41.76 


50.28 


42.58 


58.24 


R 






.. 





. 


m f 





, f 


f f 


. 


.. 


. m 


_ 


U 






28.93 


44.77 


12.01 


0.95 


0.31 


1.64 


29.88 


45-08 13.65 


70.12 


54.92 


86.35 


T 


Warangal (Urban) 


7 


36.37 


52. 17 


19.19 


2.90 


0-19 


5-74 


39.27 


52.36 25.53 


60.73 


47.63 


74.47 


R 






28.36 


44-21 


11.41 


0.80 


0.32 


1.32 


29-16 


44.53 12.73 


70.83 


55.47 


87.27 


U 






46.45 


57-86 


34.46 


3.88 


0-39 


7.54 


50-33 


58.25 42.00 


49.67 


41.75 


58.00 


T 


Warangal (Rural) 


8 


46.45 


57.86 


34.46 


3-88 


0.39 


7.54 


50.33 


58.25 42.00 


49.67 


41.75 


58.00 


R 






. 





f ^ 


9 


. ^ 


. m 


.. 


.. 


.. 


9f 




U 






46-41 


59.82 


32.64 


4.24 


0.72 


7.86 


50.65 


60.54 40.50 


49-35 


39.45 


59.50 


T 


Ghanpur 


9 


46.41 


59.82 


32.64 


4.24 


0.72 


7.86 


50.65 


60-54 40.50 


49.35 


39.45 


59.50 


R 









. . 


. . 


. . 




t f 


^ f 





. 9 






U 






48.18 


59.51 


36.75 


5.46 


0-64 


10,33 


53-64 


60.15 47.08 


46.36 


39.85 


52.92 


T 


Cheriyal 


10 


48-18 


59-51 


36.75 


5.46 


0.64 


10.33 


53.64 


60.15 47.08 


46-36 


39.85 


52.92 


R 






, . 


.. 






,, . 


. 


w f 


.. 





, f 


. , 


U 






46.10 


58.71 


33.19 


4.18 


0.31 


8.14 


50.28 


59.02 41.33 


49.72 


40.98 


58-67 


T 


Jangaon 


U 


49.26 


61.53 


36.86 


4.62 


0.34 


8-95 


53-88 


61.87 45.81 


46.12 


38.13 


54.19 


R 






31.78 


46.39 


15-96 


2.17 


0.17 


4.34 


33.95 


46.56 20-30 


66.05 


53.44 


79.69 


U 






49.08 


62-29 


35.51 


6.05 


0.57 


11.67 


55.13 


62-86 47.18 


44-87 


37-14 


52.82 


T 


Kodakondla 


12 


49.08 


62.29 


35.51 


6.05 


0-57 


11-67 


55.13 


62.86 47.18 


44.87 


37-14 


52.82 


R 









. . 


. 


, B 


f f 


. 


t ^ 





.. 





^ m 


U 






45.06 


59.43 


30.17 


5.53 


0.37 


10.87 


50-59 


59.80 41.04 


49.42 


40.21 


58-96 


T 


Wardhannapet 


13 


45.06 


59.43 


30-17 


5.53 


0.37 


10.87 


50.59 


59.80 41.04 


49.42 


40.21 


58-96 


R 












, 


, f 


.. 




f f 


.. 


ft 


.. 


tf 


U 






42.59 


59.30 


25.37 


8-50 


0.68 


16.55 


51.09 


59.98 41.92 


48.91 


40.02 


58-08 


T 


Maripeda 


14 


42.59 


59-30 


25.37 


8.50 


0-68 


16.55 


51.09 


59.98 41.92 


48.91 


40,02 


58.08 


R 






^ 




. . 


, t 


. . 


t f 


t f 


. . 


m . 


.. 


.. 


U 






42-84 


56.59 


28.55 


4.75 


0.39 


9.29 


47-59 


56.98 37.84 


52.41 


43.02 


62.16 


T 


Mahbubabad 


15 


45.65 


59.00 


31.87 


5.46 


0.41 


10.67 


51.11 


59.41 42.54 


48-89 


40.59 


57.46 


R 






27.82 


43-99 


10.49 


0.99 


0.29 


1.75 


28.81 


44.28 12.24 


71.19 


55-73 


87.76 


U 






42.87 


56.50 


28.72 


4.89 


0.50 


9-45 


47.76 


57.00 38.17 


52-24 


43-00 


61.83 




District Total 




45.85 


59-08 


32.21 


5.72 


0.54 


11.07 


51.57 


59.62 43,28 


48.43 


40.38 


56.72 








28-53 


44-33 


11.61 


0-91 


0.30 


1.55 


29.44 


44-63 13.16 


70.56 


55.37 


86.83 









[58] 



Distribution of villages according to the avail- 
ability of different amenities by taluks is presented 
in this Table. As seen from the table, drinking 
water facility is available in all the villages, while 
amenities of education, power supply, P & T, 
approach by pucca road and communications are 



42.87% and 42,06% of villages respectively Medical 
and market facilities are inadequate and only a 
meagre proportion of villages have these facilities 
viz.. 24.97% of villages have medical facility 2.12 / 
of villages have market facilities. 



..,.. *-***wv,i^iiyo^louUl 

available in respect of 88.98%, 75.63%, 69.16%, tion of various amenities. 

Table 11 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE AVAILABILITY OF DIFFERENT 


uic idi UK-wise post- 
AMENITIES 






No. 


. (with percentage) of villages having one or 


more of the following amenities 


SI. 


No. Name of Taluk 


. *; of Post 
inhabited Educa- Medical Drinking & Market 
villages tion Water Telegraph 


Approach 
Communi- by Pucca Power 
cations Road Supply 


(3) (2) 


(3) (4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) nn 


1 


Chitiyal 


63 57 


6 


63 


40 


, 


2o 




AC* 


2 


Parkal 


(90.48) 

66 66 


(9.52) 

* 


(100.00) 


(63.49) 


(3.17) 


(31.75) 


(31.75) (76?%) 






w OO 


15 


66 


49 


1 


26 


i{\ 


S* 


3 


Mulug 


(100.00) 
44 39 


(22.73) 


(100.00) 


(74.24) 


(1.52) 


(39.39) 


(45-45) (95.45) 


4 


Eturnagaram 


^ Jy 

(88.64) 
102 68 


(56.82) 
8 


44 
(100-00) 

102 


35 
(79.55) 

41 


2 
(4.55) 


28 
(63.64) 
/ 


(68.18) 


40 
(90.91) 


5 


Gudur 


(66.67) 

mf i 


(7-84) 


(100-00) 


' (40.20) 




(5.88) 


(5,88) 


29 

(28.43) 






61 


24 


112 


A(\ 










6 


Narasampet 


(54.46) 
67 65 


(21.43) 
27 


(100.00) 
67 


(35.71) 


1 
(0.89) 


18 
(16.07) 


17 
(15,18) 


26 
(23.21) 


7 


Warangal (Urban) 


(97-01) 
8 6 


(40*30) 
2 


(100.00) 


(64.18) 


2 
(2-99) 


22 

(32.84) 


22 
(32-84) 


58 
(86.57) 


S 


Warangal (Rural) 


(75-00) 
65 62 


(25.00) 
21 


(100.00) 


7 
(87.50) 


1 

(12.50) 


5 

(62-50) 


5 
(62*50) 


8 
(100.00) 


9 


Ghanpur 


(95.38) 
62 62 


(32.31) 
23 


(100-00) 
62 


50 
(76.92) 

53 


3 
(4.62) 


42 
(64.62) 


41 
(63.08) 


59 
(90.77) 


10 


Cheriyal 


(100.00) 
81 80 


(37.10) 


000.00) 

01 


(85.48) 


2 
(3,23) 


41 

(66.13) 


41 
(66.13) 


59 
(95-16) 


11 


1 V - 

Jangaon 


(98.77) 
53 51 


(7.41) 
15 


ol 
(100-00) 
53 


61 
(75.31) 


5 
(6.17) 


29 
(35.80) 


30 

(37.04) 


69 
(85,19) 


12 


Kodakondla 


(96.23) 
50 50 


(28.30) 
4 


(100.00) 
50 


(88.68) 
41 


1 
(1.89) 


45 
(84-91) 


45 53 
(84.91) (100-00) 


13 


Wardhannapet 


(100.00) 
65 64 


(8.00) 
41 


(100.00) 
65 


(82.00) 
53 




14 
(28-00) 


14 
(28.00) 


40 
(80,00) 


14 


Maripeda 


(98.46) 
72 70 


(63.08) 
14 


(100.00) 
72 


(81,54) 
58 




35 
(53-85) 


35 

(53.85) 


56 
(86.15) 


15 


Mahbubabad 


(97-22) 
79 79 


(19,44) 
16 


(100-00) 
79 


(80.56) 


(1.39) 


32 
(44.44) 


33 
(45.83) 


68 

(94-44) 




_ 


(100*00) 

.- ... 


(20.25) 


(100.00) 


(83.54) 




53 
(67-09) 


55 
(69*62) 


72 
(91.14) 




Total 


989 880 


247 


- , , 

OfiQ 


,,, 

.0 A 


" 


in.., . 












____ 


(88.98) 




(24.97) 

- .. ._ 


^O>' 

(100.00) 

- __^_. 


684 
(69.16) 


21 

(2.W) 


416 

(42.06) 


424 
(42,87) 


748 
(75-63) 



[59] 



Table 12 gives the proportion of rural popula- 
tion served by the different amenities and also 
provides this information taluk-wise. 

40.06 per cent of population has only medical 
facilities while 6% of the population only has access 



to market facilities. More than 60% of the popu- 
lation has education, power supply, P & T, 
approach by pucca road and communication facili- 
ties, while almost 100% of the population has access 
to drinking water. 



Table 12 

PROPORTION OF RURAL POPULATION SERVED BY DIFFERENT AMENITIES 

Proportion of Rural Population served by the amenity of 



Total popu- 

Sl.No. Name of Taluk lation of inha- Post Approach 

bited villages Educa- Drinking & Market Communi- by Pucca Power 

in the Taluk tion Medical Water Telegraph cations Road Supply 



0) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


1 


Chitiyal 


96*806 


97.83 


12.11 


100.00 


80.14 


4.99 


37.51 


37.51 


81.82 


2 


Parkal 


162, 


987 


100.00 


35.77 


100-00 


88-20 


9.35 


51-90 


57.98 


97.75 


3 


Mulug 


108r 


824 


99.61 


80.53 


100.00 


96.12 


6-47 


72-34 


72-87 


99.41 


4 


Eturnagaram 


65, 


701 


92.32 


23-86 


100-00 


72.17 





22-65 


22.65 


43.67 


5 


Gudur 


102. 


822 


90.29 


47.76 


100.00 


63-32 


1.07 


39.26 


36.98 


56.75 


6 

7 


Narasampet 

I 

Warangal (Urban) 


152, 

25 1 


997 
500 


99.89 
96.15 


56.36 
42-58 


100-00 
100.00 


84.32 
99-66 


13.08 
38.67 


50-36 
72.91 


50-36 
72-91 


91-01 
100.00 


8 


Warangal (Rural) 


167, 


289 


98.51 


36.96 


100.00 


91.47 


8.45 


76.76 


74.94 


88.97 


9 


Ghanpur 


145, 


261 


100.00 


48.46 


100-00 


92.94 


5.31 


76-78 


76.78 


98-33 


10 


Cheriyal 


147, 


904 


99.93 


22,50 


100.00 


89.39 


19.31 


52.93 


52.93 


91.58 


11 


Jangaon 


113, 


719 


99.84 


41.25 


100.00 


96.55 


1.35 


91.35 


91.35 


100.00 


12 


Kodakondta 


109, 


025 


100-00 


13.65 


100.00 


93-43 


*. 


39-81 


39-81 


82.58 


13 


Wardhannapet 


158, 


773 


99-20 


70.78 


100.00 


92.10 


.. 


61.46 


61.46 


92.93 


14 


Maripeda 


153, 


121 


99.68 


32.70 


100.00 


92.51 


4.98 


53-74 


54.91 


98-34 


15 


Mahbubabad 


193*, 


092 


100.00 


27.69 


100.00 


90.19 


- 


71-36 


74.00 


95.00 


District Total 


1,903,821 


98.78 


40.06 


100.00 


88.60 


6.18 


59.55 


60.1S 


89.87 



The following table 13 gives the distribution of 
villages not having certain amenities arranged by 
three distance ranges from the places where these 
are available. There are no villages in this district 
which do not have drinking water facility, Ojily 
109 villages do not have education facility within 



the village, but these are available at different dis- 
tance ranges. Large number of villages do not 
have market, medical, communication and P & T 
facilities within the village, but they are available 
at different distance ranges. 



[60] 



Table 13 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES NOT HAVING 

CERTAIN AMENITIES* ARRANGED BY 
DISTANCE RANGES FROM THE PLACES 
WHERE THESE ARE AVAILABLE 



Villages 

not having 

the amenity of 



Number of villages where the ame- 
nity is not available and available at 
distance of 



-5kms. 5-10 kms. 



KH-krns. Total 
' (Cols.2-4) 



1 



1. Education 70 


30 


9 


109 


2. Medical 214 


225 


303 


742 


3, P&T 191 


86 


28 


305 


4. Market 63 


136 


667 


866 


5. Communication 216 


192 


165 


573 



Table 14 illustrates the distribution of villages 
according to the distance from the nearest town 
and availability of different amenities. 

3% of the villages have town within the range 
of 5 kms. About 12 percent of the villages have 
towns within a range of 6-15 kms., while the 
balance, viz., 75% and 10% have nearest town loca- 
ted within 16-50 kms. and 51 kms. respectively. 

As given in other tables on amenities, medical 
and market facilities are far below the levels 
attained by other amenities. 



Table 14 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE DISTANCE FROM THE NUARUST 
TOWN AND AVAILABILITY OF DIFFERENT AMENITIES 



Number (with percentage) of villages having the amenity of 


Distance range 


No. of 


















from the 


inhabited 








Post 






Approach 




nearest town 


villages in 






Drinking 


& 


Market 


Communi- 


by Pucca 


Power 


(in Kms.) 


each range 


Education 


Medical 


Water 


Telegraph 




cations 


Road 


Supply 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


() 


W 


(10) 


0-5 


27 


24 


3 


27 


17 




16 


17 


25 




(2.73) 


(88.89) 


(11.11) 


(100,00) 


(62.96) 




(59.26) 


(62.96) 


192-59) 


6-15 


122 


118 


31 


122 


99 


2 


82 


81 


no 




(12-33) 


(96.72) 


(25-41) 


(100.00) 


(81.15) 


(1.64) 


(67,21) 


(66.39) 


(90*16) 


16-50 


743 


673 


205 


743 


528 


19 


311 


319 


585 




(75.13) 


(90.58) 


(27.59) 


(100-00) 


(71.06) 


(2.56) 


(41.86) 


(42.93) 


(78,73) 


51 + 


97 


65 


8 


97 


40 




7 


7 


28 




(9-81) 


(67.01) 


(8.25) 


(100.00) 


(41.23) 




(7.22) 


(7,22) 


(28*87) 


Total 


989 


880 


247 


989 


. 684 


21 


416 


424 


748 






(88.98) 


(24.97) 


(100.00) 


(69.16) 


(2.12) 


(42.06) 


(42,87) 


(75.63) 



Table 15 sets out the amenities available in the 
villages by distributing the villages according to the 
population range. The population ranges of less 
than 500, 500-K999, 2,000-4,999 and 5,000+ are con- 
sidered and the villages are distributed in these 
ranges. About 45% of the villages are in the range 
of 500-1,999, while the villages less than 500 and 
those in the range of 2,000-4,999 form 18% and 32% 



respectively. Only 5% of the villages are in the 
category of 5,000; -. It is interesting to note that as 
the population range increases, the amenities avail- 
able in the villages falling in these ranges are also 
on the increase. As has been observed earlier only 
the medical and market facilities are not adequate in 
the villages falling in the ranges other than 5,000+. 



[61] 

Table 15 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE AND AMENITIES AVAILABLE 



Number (with percentage) of villages having the amenity of 


No. of 
inhabited 
Population villages in 
range each range 


Education 


Medical 


Drinking 
Water 


Post 
& 
Telegraph 


Market 


Communi- 
cations 


Approach 
by Pucca 
Road 


Power 
Supply 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


- 499 175 
(17.70) 


71 
(40-57) 


2 
(1.14) 


175 
(100.00) 


22 
(12.57) 





11 
(6.29) 


13 

(7.43) 


47 
(26-86) 


500-1,999 444 
(44.89) 


439 
(98.87) 


82 
(18-47) 


444 
(100-00) 


308 

(69.37) 


3 

(0-68) 


166 
(37.39) 


170 

(38.29) 


350 

(78.83) 


2,000-4,999 316 
131.95) 


316 
(100.00) 


125 
(39.56) 


316 
(100.00) 


301 
(95.25) 


11 
(3.48) 


196 
(62-03) 


198 
(62.66) 


300 
(94,94) 


5,000 -f- 54 
(5.46) 


54 
(100-00) 


38 
(70.37) 


54 
(100-00) 


53 
(98.15) 


7 
(12-96) 


43 
(79.63) 


43 
(79.63) 


51 

(94.44) 


Total 989 


880 
(88.98) 


247 
(24.97) 


989 
(100.00) 


684 
(69.16) 


21 

(2-12) 


416 

(42.06) 


424 

(42.87) 


748 
(75.63) 



The staple food in the majority of villages in 
each taluk is given in this table. 



Rice and jowar are the two staple foods 
in the villages in this district. 



Table 16 

MAIN STAPLE FOOD IN THE MAJORITY OF VILLAGES IN EACH TALUK 



SI. No. 


Name of Taluk 


Main Staple Food 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


1 


Chitiyal 


RiceJowar 


2 


Parkal 


RicerJowar 


3 


Mulug 


RiceiJowar 


4 


Eturnagaram 


Rice Jowar 


5 


Gudur 


RiceiJowar 


6 


Narasampet 


RiceJowar 


7 


Warangal (Urban) 


RiceiJowar 


8 


Warangal (Rural) 


RicejJowar 


9 


Ghanpur 


Rice* Jowar 


10 


Cheriyal 


Rice>Jowar 


11 


Jangaon 


RiceiJowar 


12 


tCodakondla 


Rice*Jowar 


13 


Wardhannapet 


Rice Jowar 


14 


Maripeda 


Rice>Jowar 


15 


Mahbubabad 


RiceiJowar 



[62] 



Table 17 presents the land use pattern giving 
the proportion of cultivable area to the total area 
and the irrigated area to the cultivable area. It is 
seen from the table that 62.36% of the total area is 
accounted for as cultivable area of the district. Of 
the total cultivable area of 742,925.24 hectares 
132,040.47 hectares forming 17.77% is only tenable. 
Kodakondla taluk has the largest percentage of 



cultivable area of 88.80% while the irrigated area 
is only about 3.88% of cultivable area. Mulug 
taluk has the least proportion of cultivable area 
of 25.24% but in case of percentage of irrigated 
area it occupies 2nd place in the list. Among the 
taluks in the district Gudur taluk has the highest 
percentage of 47.58% irrigated area to total culti- 
vable area of the taluk. 



Table 17 
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO LAND USE 



SI. 
No. Name of Taluk 


No. of inhabited Total area Percentage of cultivable 
villages in hectares area to total area 


Percentage of irrigated area 
to total cultivable area 


1 


2 


3 




4 


5 


6 


I 


Chitiyai 


63 


62, 


626- 


20 


63 


.44 


16. 


,68 


2 


Parkal 


66 


60*972. 


,40 


75 


78 


30.19 


3 


Mulug 


44 


116, 


773. 


81 


25 


24 


39.37 


4 


Eturnagaram 


102 


71, 


321- 


56 


26 


.28 


17. 


19 


5 


Gudur 


112 


71, 


596. 


44 


43 


.06 


47. 


58 


6 


Narasampet 


67 


51, 


457- 


48 


70 


,29 


23. 


41 


7 


Warangal (Urban) 


8 


11, 


093. 


60 


80 


.54 


25- 


,66 


8 


Warangal (Rural) 


65 


69, 


235. 


58 


82 


,72 


19. 


94 


9 


Ghanpur 


62 


72, 


557. 


12 


69 


.18 


17. 


47 


10 


Che rival 


81 


120, 


530. 


67 


41 


.35 


12. 


84 


11 


Jangaon 


53 


65, 


634. 


63 


67.70 


12. 


27 


12 


Kodakondla 


50 


166, 


653. 


23 


88 


.80 


3. 


88 


13 


Wardhannapet 


65 


75, 


182. 


72 


75- 


47 


16. 


47 


14 


Maripeda 


72 


74, 


917. 


29 


74 


.64 


12. 


55 


15 


Mahbubabad 


79 


100, 


841. 


10 


69 


.86 


24. 


23 



Total 



989 



1,191,393.83 



62.36 



17.77 



Table 18 reveals the decadal growth rate, den- 
sity and sex ratio of urban population in the district 



in relation to the state for four decades from" 1951 
to 1981 censuses. 



Table 18 

GROWTH, DENSITY AND SEX-RATIO OF URBAN POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT 

IN RELATION TO THE STATE 



Census 
Year 




D 


I S T 


R I C T 






Total 
population 


Urban 
population 


% Urban 
population 


Decadal percentage 
variation in urban 
population 


Density 
(population 
per sq. km-) 


Sex ratio (No, 
of females per 
1,000 males) 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


1,329,836 
1>545 > 435 
1*870,933 
2*300,295 


190,956 
217,859 
251,249 
396,474 


14-36 
14.10 
13.43 
17.24 


14,09 , 
15.33 
57-80 


1,448 
1663 
2852 
4,499 


951 
929 
934 
934 



[63] 



Table 18 (Concld.) 

GROWTH, DENSITY AND SEX-RATIO OF URBAN POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT 

IN RELATION TO THE STATE 



S T A 


T E 






Census 
Year 


Total 
population 


Urban 
population 


% Urban 
population 


Decadal percentage 
variation in urban 
population 


Density 
(population 
per sq. km.) 


Sex ratio (No. 
of females per 
1,000 males) 


1 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1951 


3Ml5i259 


5*420,325 


17.42 


mmt 


1,311 


987 


1961 


35,983,447 


6,274,508 


17.44 


15.76 


1,676 


951 


1971 


43 502, 70S 


8,402,527 


19.31 


33.92 


2,360 


949 


1981 


53,549,673 


12,487)576 


- 23.32 


48.62 


3,157 


948 



Table 19 indicates the towns added/declassified 
at the 1981 census, with their population. 

There is no case of addition or declassification 
of town at the 1981 census in this district. 

Table 19 

NEW TOWNS/TOWNS DECLASSIFIED 
IN 1981 CENSUS 



Name of Town 



Population 1981 Census 



(i) 



(2) 



a) Added 

b) Declassified 



Nil 
Nil 



Table 20 deals with the finances indicating the 
receipt and expenditure in towns in the district as 
on 1979. 



Of the four urban areas in the district, the 
highest per capita receipt is noticed in warangal 
Municipality (Rs. 58.68) and the lowest per capita 
receipt is recorded in Dornakal Panchayat (Rs. 5.60) 
and similar is the case in respect of per capita 
receipt through taxes and from all other sources 
with Rs. 23.40, Rs. 3.27 and 4 Rs. 35.28, Rs. 2.33 
respectively. 

Warangal Municipality stands first among the 
urban areas of the district with its per capita expen- 
diture of Rs. 54.86 while this is lowest in Dornakal- 
The per capita expenditure of Rs 8.95 on public 
health and conveniences in Warangal is the^highest 
among the towns while Dornakal has the minimum 
of Rs. 1.25. The per capita expenditure of Rs 0.46 
on public institutions like schools and libraries 
is recorded by Warangal Municipality. No expen- 
diture is incurred by Dornakal, Jangaon and Mah- 
bubabad towns for this purpose. 

All the civic bodies are running on sound lines 
with surplus budget. 



Table 20 

PER CAPITA RECEIPT AND EXPENDITURE IN TOWNS 



p 


E 


R 


C 


A 


P 


I T A 



RECEIPT 



EXPENDITURE 



Class, name and civic 
status of the town 


Receipt 
Receipt from all 
Total through other 
receipts taxes sources 



(1) (2) (3) 

- 

IV Dornakal (P) 5.60 3.27 

III Janagaon (M) 35.28 20.96 

III Mahbubabad (P) 27.07 10.65 

I Warangal (M) 58.68 23.40 

Total 



Receipt 
from all 
other 
sources 


Total 
expendi- 
ture 


General 
adminis- 
tration 


Expenditure 
on public 
health and 
conveniences 


Public 
works 


Expenditure 
on public 
institutions 


Other 
aspects 


~W 


(5) 


(6T 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


2,33 


4.93 


1-76 


1-25 


1-55 





0.37 


14>32 


34.02 


5-27 


6.81 


10.02 





11.92 


15.42 


23.63 


2.69 


3.27 


2.77 


-, 


14.90 


35.28 


54,86 


4>19 


8.95 


8.17 


0.46 


33-09 



7.74 



039 



29.56 



[64] 



Table 21 provides the data relating to the avai- 
lability of educational facilities in different catego- 
ries per 10,000 population. 

It may perhaps be mentioned here that data 
presented refers generally to the institutions that 
have been recognised by the State Government and 



are authorised to teach the students for appearing 
the different grades of examinations conducted by 
the concerned examination board periodically. 

There are 104 primary schools, 90 upper pri- 
mary schools, 57 high schools and 13 junior colleges 
in all the urban areas of the district. 



Table 21 

SCHOOLS PER TEN THOUSAND POPULATION TN TOWNS 







Number per ton thousand 


population 




Class, name and civic 
status of Town 


Higher Secondaiy/ 
Inter/PUC/Junior 
College 


Secondary/ 
Matriculation 


Junior Secondary/ 
Middle 


Primary 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


IV Dornakal (P) 


0.69 


1.37 


2.75 


2.75 


III Jangaon (M) 


0-40 


1.99 


1 . 90 


3-58 


III Mahbubabad (P) 


0-46 


0.92 


L85 


2-77 


I Warangal (M) 


0.30 


1.43 


2,30 


2,54 



Total 



0.33 



1.44 



2.27 



2.62 



From table 22, it can be seen that the number 
of beds available in urban areas of this district is 
low being 3.06 beds per every 1,000 population. 
Warangal, the district head-quarters town has 
86.94% of the total bed strength available in the 
urban areas of the district, Warangal town has 
recorded the bed population ratio more than the 
district average. In all other towns this ratio has 
been less than the district index. 

Table 22 

NUMBER OF BEDS IN MEDICAL 
INSTITUTIONS IN TOWNS 



Table 23 which provides information on pro- 
portion of slums population to total population is 
limited to Class I and II towns, as the magnitude of 
slum problem is greater in these categories of 
towns. Warangal is the only Class I town in this 
district. 



Table 23 

PROPORTION OF SLUMS POPULATION 

IN TOWNS 



Class, name and civic status 
of the town 



No. of beds in medical 

institutions per 1,000 

population 



(1) 


(2) 


IV Dornakal (P) 
III Jangaon (M) 
III Mahbubabad (P) 
I Warangal (M) 


J.65 
2.99 
2.77 
3.15 


Total 


3.06 



Class, name and 
civic status 
of the town 


Proportion of 
slums population to 
total population 
of the town 


Density in slums 
(per sq, km.) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


I Warangal (M) 


Nil 





[65] 

Table 24 gives the details of most important the towns of the district. This table is self explana- 
items manufactured, exported and imported in all tory. 

Table 24 

MOST IMPORTANT COMMODITY MANUFACTURED, IMPORTED AND EXPORTED IN TOWNS 



Most important commodity 



Class , nam e and civic 
status of the Town 


Manufactured 


Exported 


Imported 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


IV Dornakal (P) 


Rice 


Rice 


Fertilizers 


III Janagaon (M) 


Groundnut oil 


Rice 


Sugar 


Ill Mahbubabad (P) 


Paddy 


Rice 


Sugar 


I Warangal (M) 


Aluminium Utensils 


Chillies 


Wheat 



Physically Handicapped Persons 

Collection of data on physically handicapped 
persons is a special feature of 1981 Census. Last 
time this information was collected in 1931 Census. 
After independence, the data for the physically 
handicapped persons in our country were collected 
again for the first time along with the houselisting 
operations held in May, 1980 and as such, the 
physically handicapped persons who were available 
in the census houses were alone covered in the 
survey. The houseless do not, therefore, find a 
place in this survey. The physically handicapped 
persons covered are of three types of disabilities, 
totally blind, totally crippled and totally dumb. 
The definition adopted for physically handicapped 
is as follows: 

4 'The term of totally crippled refers to such 
persons who have lost their arms or limbs. The 
loss of arms or legs or all the four limbs refers to 
loss of both the arms or loss of both legs. It is 
not necessary that the disabled should have lost 
both arms and legs. The loss of either of these i.e., 
both arms or both legs would be sufficient for 



classification as totally crippled. Loss of only one 
arm and/or one leg will not classify a person as 
totally crippled. The loss here refers to the 
inability to use and not necessarily physical 
absence. Thus, a paralytic who has lost the use of 
both the legs or both the arms, will be totally 
crippled, though the legs or arms as such are still 
physically present." 

In case when a person unfortunately suffered 
from more than one of the disabilities mentioned 
above, the person was recorded by the greater 
disability. For example, if a person was both 
blind and dumb or blind and crippled, etc., blind- 
ness was noted for him as blindness is considered 
as greater disability than either dumbness or being 
crippled. Similarly, being crippled was considered 
a greater disability than being dumb. In an extreme 
case where a person suffered from all the disabili- 
ties was taken under blind since this is certainly 
the most unfortunate disability. 

A statement showing the distribution of physi- 
cally handicapped persons by taluks in district is 
given overleaf. 



[66] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS BY TALUKS IN 

WARANGAL DISTRICT 



SI District/Taluk/Town 

No. 


Total 
Rural 
Urban 


House list 
population 


Totally 

Blind 


Totally 
Crippled 


Totally 
Dumb 


< (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


WARANGAL DISTRICT 


T 


2,236,499 


1,396 


1,018 


1,176 




R 


1,882,124 


1,312 


943 


1,097 




U 


354,375 


84 


75 


79 


J Chitiyal 


T 


94,304 


51 


26 


48 




R 


94,304 


51 


26 


48 




U 










2 Parkal 


T 


160,364 


128 


75 


% 




R 


160,364 


128 


75 


96 




U 










3 Mulug 


T 


107,022 


72 


41 


46 




R 


107,022 


72 


41 


46 




U 










4 Eturnagaram 


T 


61,492 


37 


16 


25 




R 


61,492 


37 


16 


25 




U 










5 Gudur 






* * 


* 


* 




T 


95,934 


97 


82 


50 




R 


95,934 


97 


82 


50 




U 










6 Narasampet 


T 


148,500 


* * 
79 


73 


109 




R 


148,500 


79 


73 


109 




U 











7 Warangal (U) 


T 


320,686 


65 


67 


64 




R 


23,308 


6 


10 


6 




U 


297,378 


59 


57 




Warangal (M) 
8 Warangal (R) 


U 
T 


297*378 
159,405 


59 

55 


57 
60 


58 
81 




R 

U 


159,405 


55 


60 




9 Ghanpur 






* 


.. 


** 




T 


149,832 


171 


98 


108 




R 
U 


149,832 


171 


98 


108 


10 Cheriyal 






* * 


** 


.. 




T 


154,225 


108 


61 


95 




R 
U 


154*225 


108 


61 


y pj 

95 


11 Jangaon 






** 


*. 


* m 




T 
R 
U 


138,006 
115450 
22,556 


102 
90 
19 


83 

78 


94 
89 


Jangaon (M> 
32 Kodakondla 


U 


22,556 


A ft 

12 


5 
5 


5 

5 




T 
R 
U 


109,479 
109,479 


60 
60 


36 
36 


53 ! 
53 



[67] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS BY TALUKS IN 

WARANGAL DISTRICT (Concld ) 



SI 

No. 



District/Taluk/Town 



Total 
Rural 
Urban 



House list 
population 



Totally 
Blind 



Totally 
Crippled 



Totally 
Dumb 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



13 


Wardhannapct 


T 


158,635 


107 


75 


89 






R 


158,635 


107 


75 


89 






U 


. 


. , 


. % 


, . 


14 


Maripeda 


T 


155,215 


123 


121 


114 






R 


155,215 


123 


121 


114 






U 


. . 


t f 


, . 


.. 


15 


Mahbubabad 


T 


223,400 


141 


104 


104 






R 


188,959 


128 


91 


88 






U 


34,441 


13 


!3 


16 




a) Mahbubabad (P) 


U 


19,250 


6 


4 


9 




b) Dornakal(P) 


U 


15,191 


7 


9 


7 



Physically handicapped form 0.16% of the 
total population in the district, comprising of 
0.18% of rural and 0.07% of urban population. Out 
of the total 3,590 persons recorded as physically 
handicapped, i.e., totally blind, totally crippled 
and totally dumb in the district as many as 3,352 
persons forming 93.37% are from rural areas only. 



Among the total physically handicapped in the 
district 38.88% are totally blind, 28.36% are 
totally crippled and 32.76% are totally dumb. The 
survey revealed that Ghanpur taluk has recorded 
the highest number of 377 physically handicapped 
persons, the lowest being Eturnagaram taluk with 
78 persons. 



PART - B 

VILLAGE AND TOWN DIRECTORY AND 
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

SECTION I - Village Directory 

SECTION II - Town Directory 

SECTION III - Primary Census Abstract 



SECTION I 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY 



Village Directory which provides villagewise 
information about the amenities and landuse 
pattern in the villages, consists of 20 columns. 
The data so collected from the Tahsildars and 
other officials concerned were scrutinised and pre- 
sented under certain columns in codes. Such codes 
will frequently be seen against column numbers 5 
to 8,10,11, 13, 16 and 20. The following codes 
have been used against the facilities available in 
the village. 

Educational : (Column No. 5) 



P 

M 

H 

JC 

C 
I 

Tr 

AC 

O 



Primary or Elementary School 
(Upto Class IV) 

Middle School or Junior Secondary 
(Class V to VIII) 

Matriculation or Secondary School 
(Class IX and X) 

Higher Secondary / PUC / Interme- 
diate / Junior College 
College 

Industrial School 
Training School 
Adult Literacy Class / Centre 
Other Educational Institutions which 
include Sanskrit Pathasala, Senior 
Basic School 



Medical : (Column No. 6) 



H 
MCW 

MH 

CWC 

HC 

PHC 

PHS 

D 

FPC 

TB 

NH 



Hospital 

Maternity and Child Welfare Centre 

or Maternity and Child Health Centre 

Maternity Home 

Child Welfare Centre 

Health Centre 

Primary Health Centre 

Primary Health Sub-Centre 

Dispensary 

Family Planning Centre / 

T. B. Clinic 

Nursing Home 



RP : 

SMP : 

CHW : 

O : 



Registered Private Practitioner 
Subsidised Medical Practitioner 
Community Health Worker 
Others 



Drinking Water : (Column No. 7) 



T 

W 

TK 

TW 

HP 

R 

F 

C 

L 

S 

N 

O 

NA 



Tap 

Well 

Tank 

Tube Well 

Hand Pump 

River 

Fountain 

Canal 

Lake 

Spring 

Nallah 

Others 

Information not available 



Post and Telegraph (Column No. 8) 

PO : Post Office 

TO : Telegraph Office 

PTO : Post and Telegraph Office 

Phone : Telephone Connection 



Communications : (Column No. 10) 

BS 
RS 

NW i 



Bus stop 
Railway Station 
Navigable Waterway 



Approach to village : (Column No. 11) 



PR 
KR 

NR 

NC 

NW 

FP 



Pucca Road 
Kuccha Road 
Navigable River 
Navigable Canal 
Navigable Waterway 
Foot Path 



Power Supply : (Column No. 13) 

ED : Electricity for domestic purpose 
EAG : Electricity for Agriculture 
EO : Electricity for other purposes like 

industrial, commercial, etc. 
EA : Electricity for all purposes listed 

above 

Irrigated by source : (Column No* 16) 



GC 

PC 

W 

WE 

TW 

TWE 

TK 

R 

L 

WF 
O 
T 



Government Canal 

Private Canal 

Well (without electricity) 

Well (with electricity) 

Tube Well (without electricity) 

Tube Well (with electricity) 

Tank 

River 

Lake 

Water Fall 

Others 

Total 



Remarks, etc. : (Column No. 20) 

N : Copies of the News Papers (coming in 
the village) 

M : Motor Cycles/Scooters 
C : Cars/Jeeps 
T : Tractors 



As an example an entry showing figures like 
P(2), or D(2), or T(35.21), TK(35.21) would indicate 
that the village has two primary schools, two 
dispensaries, extent of total irrigated land in the 
village is 35.21 hectares and extent of land irri- 
gated by water from tanks is 35.21 hectares* 



Where a facility is not available in the village, 
the distance at which the facility available is 
shown in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms, 
and 10 + Kms. of the nearest place. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

CHITIYAL TALUK 



Location Name of Village 
Code No. 



CD 



(2) 



37 Akenpalle 

32 Ankushapur (Siwar 

Somanpalle) 
59 Azamnagar 

57 Bhimghanpur 

51 Bhoopalpalle 

15 Boraepalle 

55 Budharam 

64 Byakkapet 

12 Chainpak 

45 Challagarege 

54 Chiknepalle 

29 Chitiyal 

61 Dikshakunta 
9 . Dhoothpalle 

36 Dubbiyal 

62 Dudekulapalle 

14 Garmillapalle 

4 Giddemutharam 

25 Gopalapur 

8 Gorlavedu 

48 Gudadupalle 

20 Gummadvelli 

24 Jadalpet 
50 Jangedu 
44 Jookal 

23 Kailapur 

2 Kalikota 

3 Kalvapalle 
52 Kamalapur 
49 Kompalle 
47 Kothapalle 

(Simthamannem) 
19 Kundanpalle 
41 Kurkishal 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

46 Madthapalle 

43 Mogullapalle 

27 Muchinparthi 

42 Mulkalpalle , 



58 
60 
30 



11 



Nagaram 
Nandigama 
Nawabpet 
Neradpalle 
(Patti Mahadevpur) 
Ninepaka 



56 Pambapuram 

63 Pandipampula 

22 Pangadpalle 

38 Parlapalle 

39 PeddaKomatpalle 
26 Pongandla 

40 Pothgal 

13 Raghavapur 
35 Raghavreddipet 
33 Ramkishtapur 

(Siwar Tekumatla) 
21 Ramkishtapur 

(Siwar Velchal) 
53 Rampur 

31 Somanpalle 

34 Tekumatla 
28 Thirmalapur 

7 Vajnepalle 

18 Velchal 

17 Vellampalle (Bejigir) 
Patti Bejgir Sharif 

5 Vencharami 

1 Venkatraopalle 

10 Vodthala 

16 Yemped 



3 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


















No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


CD (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


.1 Venkatraopalle 


447.58 


346 


1,749 


P 


5-10 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


2 Kalikota 


1,149.3d 


52 


224 


-5 


5-10 


W>TW 


-5 


10-f 


10+ 


3 Kalvapalle 


385-26 


67 


315 


P 


-5 


W,R 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


4 Giddemutharam 


758,38 


255 


1,325 


P 


RP 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


5 Yen char ami 


3*097.46 


172 


833 


P 


5-10 


TK,W, 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 














TW 








6 Neradffclle 
(Patti Mahadevpur) 


1,372-29 


273 


1248 


P 


10+ 


TK,W, PO>TO 
TW 


10+ 


10+ 


7 Vajnepalle 


314.84 


96 


492 


-5 


10+ 


TK,W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


8 Gorlavedu 


1>416.40 


627 . 


3,123 


P(2),M(2) 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


9 Dhoothpalle 


518.81 


138 


613 


P 


-5 


W,TK 


3-10 


10+ 


10+ 


10 Vodthala 


903,26 


401 


1,991 


P 


RP 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


11 Ninepaka 


2,032.73 


417 


. 1,921 


P 


5-}0 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


12 Chainpak 


2,223.74 


271 


1,295 


P 


5-10 


W,TW 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


13 Raghavapur 


632.93 


336 


1,569 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


14 Garmillapalle 


830-41 


440 


2,179 


PM,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


15 Bornepalle 


354.10 


163 


737 


P 


10+ 


WiR 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


16 Yemped 


744.62 


70 


387 


P 


10+ 


W f TW 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


17 Vellampalle (Bcjigir) 
Patti Bejgir Sharif 


759-19 


^267 


1,259 


P 


10+ 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


18 Velchal 


M33.52 


473 


2,240 


P>M,H 


-5 


WR 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


19 Kundanpalle 


645.07 


421 


1,982 


P,M 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


* 


CHITIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 

(H) (12) 


Power 
supply 

(13) 


Staple 
food 

(14) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 

(15) (16) 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 

(17) (18) 


Area not religious, Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 

(19) (20) (1) 


KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


BAG 


Rice 


T (16.19) 


314.84 


100.77 


15.78 


N6:C1:T1 1 










Jowar 


TIC (16,19) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


BAG 


Rice 


82.96 T (94.70) 


227.03 


613. 


91 


121. 


00 


2 










Jowar 


TK (80.94) 
























W (13.76) 














KR 


Huzurabad 30 


BAG 


Rice 


T(20.23) 


211.25 


71. 


63 


81. 


34 ' 


3 










Jowar 


TK (20.23) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


BAG 


Rice 


T (67-18) 


618.76 


30.35 


1. 


21 


Nl 4 










Maize 


TK (67-18) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


ED 


Rice 


2,556-80 T (63-94) 


335-08 







141. 


64 


5 










Jowar 


TK (48.97) 
























W (14-97) 














KR 


Manthani 30 


BAG 


Rice 


647.90 T (146.50) 


520.83 







57. 


06 


6 










Jowar 


TK (87.41) 
























W (59.09) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


28 


ED 


Rice 


T (33.18) 


1 9 


93- 


08 


188. 


58 


7 










Maize 


TK(33.18) 














KR 


Huzarabad 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (263.04) 


789.54 


56. 


25 


130. 


71 


8 










Jowar 


TK (168.35) 
























W (94-69) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (74.87) 


242-81 


8. 


90 


145. 


28 


9 










Maize 


TK (74.87) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


22 




Rice 


T (145-69) 


607.03 


16. 


19 


131. 


12 


10 










Maize . 


TK (106.84) 
























GC (38.85) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


32 


ED 


Rice 


T (118.57) 


3,214-05 


323. 


75 


366. 


24 


Ml 11 










Maize 


TK (118.57) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EA 


Rice 


1,740-95 T (102.79) 


300-68 


79.32 


Nl 12 










Jowar 


TK (53.42) 
























W (49.37) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (77-29) 


317.68 


106.03 


130- 


71 


13 










Jowar 


TK (53-82) 
























W (23.47) 














PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


BAG 


Rice 


T (57-46) 


688.37 


53.82 


30.35 


N2 14 










Jowar 


TK (57.46) 














KR 


Huzarabad 


32 


BAG 


Rice 


T (58.68) 


143*26 


51.80 


100. 3S 


15 










Jowar" 


TK (58.68) 












, 


KR 


Huzarabad 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (112. 50) 


390-92 


140 


.02 


99 


.55 


N2 16 










Jowar 


TK (112.50) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


18 


BAG 


Rice 


T (147.71) 


485.62 


67.99 


25,50 


Nl 17 










Jowar 


TK (147.71) 














PR 


Huzurabad 


24 


BAG 


Rice 


T (79-32) 


772-95 


222.17 


59.08 


is 










Jowar 


TK (79.32) 














KR 


Huzurabad 


24 




Rice 


.. T (204. 77) 


362-19 


78.11 


19 










Jowar 


W (107 ;24) 
























TK (70.01) 
























(27,52) 















WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


, . i 








t 








No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market , 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


0> (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


' (5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


20 Gummadvelli 


337.10 


94 


415 


P 


-5 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


21 Ramkishtapur 


302.70 


304 


1,480 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


(Si war Velchal) 




















22 Pangadpalle 


327.39 


140 


624 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


23 Kailapur 


882.62 


42 


204 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


BS 


24 Jadalpet 


1,506.24 


'763 


3,729 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


25 Gopalapur 


462.96 


249 


1,134 . 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


'10+ 


5-10 


26 Pongandla 


416*02 


289 


1,325 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


27 Muchinparthi 


1*500.17 


592 


2,857 


P 


-5 


W,TK 


5-10 


10+ 


-5 


28 Thirmalapur 


1, 106. 41 


319 


1,447 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


29 Chitiyal 


982.98 


666 


3,317 


P,M,H 


PHC 


W,R PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


30 Nawabpet 


1,656,78 


494 


2,328 


P 


. -5 


W,R PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


31 Somanpalle 


326.58 


221 


985 


. P(2) 


5-10 


W,R 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


32 Ankushapur 
(Siwar Somanpalle) 


371.50 


152 


836 


P 


5-10 


R,W 


PO 


10+. 


5-10 


33 Ramkishtapur 
(Siwar Tekumatla) 


336.29 


210 


1,007 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


34 Tekumatla 


1>365-81 


312 


1,500 


P 


10+ 


W,R 


PO 


5.1ft 


RS 



35 Raghavreddipet 



573.44 300 1,399 



5-10 W PO 10+ 



5-10 



36 Dubbiyai 



755.14 273 1,480 



10+ W PO 10+ 



-5 



37 Akenpalle 



672.59 463 2,178 P,M,H, 10+ TK.W PO 10+ 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


CHITIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power 
to village and distance supply 
CinKms.) 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


- - ^ any piace 01 uon 
Culturable Area not religious, Code 
waste available historical or No, 
for culti- archaeological 


















vation 


interest 


(11) 

* 


(12). 


.(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


PR 


Huzurabad 


24 


BAG 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


220.55 


7-29 


48.56 


N2 20 










Jowar 


TK (30-35) 




















GC (30.35) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


30 


.. 


Rice 


T (50-59) 


210-43 


4.05 


37.63 


21 










Jowar 


W (50.59) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EAG 


Rice 


T (23.88) 


246.86 


6.07 


35.21 


,22 










Jowar 


TK (23-88) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


BAG. 


Rice 


T(-8.90) 


832-03 


28.33 


12-54 


23 










Jowar 


TK (8-90) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (145-69) 


927.54 


340.74 


80.94 


24 










Jowar 


TK (145-69) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


43 


EA 


Rice 


T (0.81) 


361.38 





100.36 


.. * 25 










Jowar 


TK (0.81) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


42 


ED 


Rice 


T (73.25) 


202.34 


12.14 


60.70 


26 










Jowar 


W (57-06) 




















TK(16.19) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


-24 


ED 


Rice 


T (113.31) 


979.34 


171-59 


48.56 


27 










Jowar 


TK (106.84) 




















W (6.47) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


28 


EAG 


Rice 


.. T (55.44) 


873*31 


130.71 


21.85 


Ml:T3 28 










Jowar 


TK,(55.44) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


34 


ED, 


Rice 


T (184-13) 


649-52 


86.20 


62.32 


N15:C3:M5:T4 29 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (82.96) 












_ 








TK (60.70) 




















GC (40.47) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EAG 


Rice 


T (186.96) 


973.67 


400.23 


55.04 


N5 30 










Jowar 


TK (121.40) 




















W (65*56) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


29 


EAG 


Rice 


f (33.99) 


218.93 




71.63 


31 










Jowar 


TK (20.23) 




















W (13.76) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


2& 


EAG 


Rice 


T (23.07) 


* 


323-34 


24*69 


32 










Jowar 


W (19.43) 




















O (3.64) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


28 


EAG 


Rice 


T (7.28> 


317.68 


* 


10.93 


33 










Jowar 


TK (7*28) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


36 


ED 


Rice 


T (311*61) 


752.71 


101*17 


40.87 


34 










Jowar 


TK (161.88) 




















W (149-73) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T (158.64) 


289-35 


62-73 . 


62-72 


35 










Jowar 


W(8l-75) 




















TK(76.89) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


20 


EAG 


Rice 


T (61.11) 


615.12 


18.21 


60.30 


36 










Jowar 


TK (50.5S>) 




















W(10.52) 








- 


PR 


Huzurabad 


20 


EAG 


Rice 


-.. T (89.84) 


473. 4S 


23-07 


80.94 


Ml 37 










Jowar 


TK (89.84) 












WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- . Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms, , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


rwi* 


vltlfnyp 1 fin 


^__ _ 








WM.M~WMMta.HM. 








l^UUe 

No, 


village \*it 

hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


38 Parlapalle 


780.64 


460 


2,282 


P,M 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


39 PeddaKomatpalle 


. 620.38 


299 


1,471 


P 


10+ 


W 


?0 


10+ 


-5 


40 Pothgal 


727-22 


239 


1,101 


P 


10+ 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


41 Kurkishal 


331.03 


163 


857 


P 


10+ 


WR 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


42 Mulkalpalle 


538.23 


316 


1,404 


P 


-5 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


43 Mogul lapalle 


M97.87 


718 


3,623 


P,M,H RP 


,MCWi 


WR 


PO,TO 


-5 


BS 












H 










44 Jookal 


1,234.29 


729 


3,353 


P,M,H 


5-10 


TK,W 


PO,TO 


5*10 


BS 


45 Challagarege 


757.97 


491 


2,307 


P,M,H 


-5 


TK.W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


46 Madthapalle 


1,760*. 38 


167 


843 


P,M>H 


RP 


TK,W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


47 Kothapalle 


2,506.62 


443 


2,034 


P 


5-10 


TK,W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


(Simthamannem) 




















48 Gudadupalle 


563.32 


200 


966 


P 


10+ 


TK,W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


49 Kompalle 


2*267-85 


682 


3,320 


P 


10+ 


TK,W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


50 Jangedu 


1,983-76 


1.139 


5,660 


PM 


10+ 


TK,W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


51 Bhoopalpalle 


1,343-15 


380 


1,449 


P 


10+ 


W>TK 


PO 


10 f 


BS 


52 Kamalapur 


561.30 


. 333 


1,582 


P 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


53 Rampur 


1,621.17 


144 


672 


P 


10+ 


WTK 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


54 Chiknepalle 


39.659 


26 


108 


-5 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


1(T+ 


55 Budharam 


711.84 


391 


1,891 


P 


10+ 


WTK 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


56 Pambapuram 


. 803-30 


154 


741 


-5 


10+ 


W,TK 


-5 


-5 


10+ 


57 Bfatmghanpur 


1 312.01 


Uninhabited 


5$ Nagar&m 


776<59 . 


481 


2,299 


P 


10+ 


TK,W ] 


PO.'TD V 


VedfiAKda 


v 104- 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


CHITIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including 
any place of 


Loca- 
tion 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(inKms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 
vation 


religious, 
historical or 
archaeological 
interest 


Code 
No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Huzurabad 17 


EA 


Rice 


T (39.25) 


715.08 25.90 


0.41 


N2 


38 








Jowar 


TK (39.25) 










KR 


Huzurabad 18 


BAG 


Rice 


T (74.87) 


445.15 46-94 


53.42 


Nl 


39 








Jowar 


W (54.63) 


















TK (20-24) 










KR 


Huzurabad 24 


BAG 


Rice 


T (154. 18) 


425-73 145.69 


1.62 


N2 


40 








Jowar 


TK (154.18) 










KR 


Huzurabad 24 


BAG 


Rice 


T (36.42) 


121.40 4 30.76 


87.82 


N4 


41 








Jowar 


TK (24.28) 


















W (12.14) 










PR 


Huzurabad 18 


BAG 


Rice 


T (67.18) 


439.08 15.38 


15.78 


* * 


42 








Jowar 


TK (52.61) 


















GC (7-29) 


















W (7-28) 










PR 


Huzurabad 30 


EOi 


Rice 


T (76.08) 


971.24 120.19 


14.57 


N30:M1 


43 






BAG 


Jowar 


TK (76-08) 










PR 


Huzurabad 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (177.25) 


836.89 70.01 


143.26 


Nl 


44 








Jowar 


TK (177,25) 










PR 


Huzurabad 24 


ED 


Rice 


T (91.86) 


652.35 9-71 ; 


4.05 


N5:M1:T1 


45 








Jowar 


TK (91 .86) 










PR 


Huzurabad 48 


EA 


Rice 


1*063.51 T (125-45) 


441.51 14.16 


114.93 


N5:Cl 


46 








Jowar 


TK (125.45) 










PR 


Huzurabad 44 


* 


Rice 


T (608.24) 


908-92 613.91 


374.74 


N5 


47 








Jowar 


TK (608.24) 










KR 


Huzurabad 45 


ED 


. Rice 


T (72.84) 


377-17 


33.18 


N2 


48 








Jowar 


TK (72. 84) 










KR 


Huzurabad 45 


ED 


Rice 


311.61 T (169.97) 


1,025.47 162.68 


216.91 


N2 


49 








Jowar 


TK (169.97) 










KR 


Huzurabad 47 


EA 


Rice 


T (140- 83) 


368.26 1,155.78 


318.49 


N4:M1 


50 








Jowar 


TK (140.-83) 










PR 


Huzurabad 45 


ED 


Rice 


T (92-67) 


431.80 202,34 


&15.93 


N10 


51 








Jowar 


TK(92.67) 










PR 


Manthani 28 


f 9 


Rice 


41.28 T (152. 16) 


198.70 18-21 


83.37 


N2 


52 








Jowar 


TK (149.73) 


















W (2-43) 










KR 


Manthani 30 


. . 


Rice 


1*456.86 T (10.93) 


* 


121,40 




53 








Jowar 


TK (10.93) 










KR 


Manthani 30 


t ^ 


Rice 


197.08 T (8.09) 


138.00 .. . 


52*61 




54 








Jowar 


TK* (8.09) 










KR 


Manthani 35 


. . 


Rice 


T (6.07) 


341.15 


364-22 




55 








Jowar 


TK (6.07) 






' 




KR 


Manthani 30 


. . 


Rice 


T (340.74) 


1 


458-10 




56 








Jowar 


GC (340.74) 


















Uninhabited 


^ 






57 


KR 


Manthani 32 * 


ED 


Rice 


T (431-80) 


.. ' 324.15 


20-23 


N2:C1 


58 








Jowar 


TK (375.55) 


















W (56.25) 











10 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms, and 10 + Kms, of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


OK 




t7t 11o ae 


. f\r* 


, 
















VsUv 

No 


16 AllUgW \*J-1 

hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 










holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 


















(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 






















market, 


station, 






















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 




(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


59 


Azamnagar 


704. 


56 


569 


2,531 


P.M.H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


Tuesday 


10+ 


60 


Nandigama 


1,035. 


18 


187 


781 


P(2) 


10+ 


TK,W 


-5 


-5 


10+ 


61 


Dikshakunta 


600. 


96 


75 


395 


-5 


10+ 


W,TK 


5-10 


5-10 


10+ 


62 


Dudekulapalle 


1,220. 


93 


137 


675 


P 


10+ 


TK.W 


5-10 


5-10 


10+ 


63 


Pandipampula 


2,047, 


30 


26 


138 


-5 


10+ 


TK,W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


64 


Byakkapet 


460. 


53 


129 


596 


P 


10+ 


WTK 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 



11 




DIRECTORY V^ 
and Land use ~ 


-~""^ CHITIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 


in hectares rounded up to 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


...... . .. iii.,.^ 'ttuy jjjoioc; ui 

Area not religious, 
available historical or 


tion 
Code 

No. 




(in Kms.) 








for culti- archaeological 














vation interest 




(11) 


(12) 


03) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR 


Manthani 35 


Rice 


T (169.97) 


460.94- 31.56 


42-09 


59 






Jowar 


GC (145-69) 














W (36-19) 














TK (8.09) 








KR 


Manthani 38 


Rice 


533.78 T (34.80) 


445.96 


20.23 


60 






Jowar 


TK (34.80) 








KR 


Manthani 40 


Rice 


343-17 T (10.12) 


240.79 


6.47 


61 






Jowar 


TK (10-12) 








KR 


Manthani 42 


Rice 


809.37 T (18.21) 


374.74 


18.21 


62 






Jowar 


TK (18.21) 








KR 


Manthani 35 


Rice 


T (8.10) 


1916-18 


123.02 


63 






Jowar 


TK (8.10) 








KR 


Manthani 30 


Rice 


82.96 T (35.21) 


126,67 148.52 


13.35 


64 






Jowar 


TK (35.21) 









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500- 999 
200 499 
ltt than 200 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

PARKAL TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No- 

(1) (2) 

1 Ankushapur 
Siwar Pidsilla 

7 Bhagirthipet 

30 Chennapur 
23 Cherlapalle 
41 Choutparthi 

29 Dammannapet 
44 Dharmaram 

47 Ghatlakaniparthi 
16 Gudipahad 
18 Gundlakurthi 



64 
59 



Hanz Buzurg 
Hussainpalle 



15 Issipet 

31 Jaggaiahpet 

34 Jamshedbegpalle 

50 Kamareddipalle 
12 Kanaparthi 

43 Kantatmakur 

63 Katakshapur 

53 Katrepalle 

49 Kodepak (Kalan) 

35 Kodepak (Khurd) 
6 Kodvatancha 

33 Konaraopet 

51 Koppul 

52 Kothapalle (Gori) 
45 Kowkonda 

4 Lakshmipuram 

11 Lingal 

37 Madharam 

27 Malkapet 

2 Medaramatla 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

20 Metpalle 

19 Motlapalle 

67 Muddunoor 

42 Mushtyalapalle 

55 Mylaram 

40 Nadikuda 

13 Nagaram 

22 Narlapur 

66 Neerukulla 

62 Neradupalle 

Patti Katakshapur 

28 Paidipalle 

36 Parkal 

17 Pidsilla 

48 Pocharam 

65 Polaram 

25 Pulgilla 
61 Pyathipak 

26 Raiparthi 
38 Rajipeta 

8 Ramannagudehi 
3 Rangapuram 

10 Regonda 

5 Repaka 

46 Sarwapur 

58 Shay amp et 

60 Singaram (Katacbpur) 

57 Singaram ( Kothaghat) 

32 Sultanapur 

56 Taharupur 

9 Thirmalgiri 

24 Varikole 

54 Vasantfaapur 

39 Vellampalle 

Patti Chandragir 

21 Vemulapalle 

14 Venkatapur 



13 



14 



VILLAGE 

WARANGAL DISTRICT Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of villa] 
Code 

No. 

(1) (2) 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
ge of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any waterway) 
(3) (4A) (4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 


1 Ankushapur 
Siwar Pidsilla 


173-21 108 479 P 10+ W PO 10+ 5-10 


2 Medaramatla 


484.41 165 867 P 10+ W -5 10+ 5-10 


3 Rangapuram 


838.91 569 2,763 P 10+ W PO 10+ -5 


4 Lakshmipuram 


580.72 284 1,382 P 10+ W -5 10+ BS 


5 Repaka 


1,375.93 566 2,693 P,M 10+ W PO 10+ -5 


6 Kodvatancha 


1,276.78 527 2,616 P(2) 10+ W -5 10+ -5 


7 Bhagirthipet 


1,723.96 967 4,867 P(5),M,O 10+ W PO 10+ BS 


8 Ramannagudem 


1,590-82 213 1,068 P 10+ W 5-10 10+ 5-10 


9 Thirmalgiri 


- 2,738.91 550 2,899 P(2),M -5 W,HP PO 10+ 5-10 


10 Regonda 


1,437,84 990 4,979 P(3) RP W PO.TO 10+ BS 


11 Lingal 


730.46 531 2,5?8 P(2),O -5 W PO 10+ BS 


12 Kanaparthi 


1,320.89 654 3,266 P R P W ,R PO 10+ 5-10 


13 Nagaram 


800.06 771 3,562 P,M -5 W PO,TO 10+ BS 


14 Venkatapur 


743,00 282 1,312 P(2) 5-10 W,TW PO 10+ -5 


15 Issipet 


1,337*89 744 3,714 P(2),M PHC W ' PO 10+ BS 



15 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


PARKAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not religious. Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 


















vation 


interest 


(11) 


(12) 




(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


KR 


Huzurabad 


32 


EA 


Jowar 


T (44.11) 


95-10 


9.31 


24.69 


1 












W (36.83) 




















TK (7.28) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


36 


ED, 


Rice 


T (153-37) 


248-48 


38.85 


43.71 


2 








BAG 


Maize 


W (93.88) 




















TK (59.49) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


36 


ED 


Rice 


T (309.99) 


409.95 


11.33 


107.64 


T3 3 










Maize 


TK (192-63) 




















W (137.36) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


36 


ED, 


Rice 


T (208.82) 


293.40 


7.28 


71.22 


Tl 4 








EAG 




TK (113.31) 




















W (95.51) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


40 


EA 


Rice 


T (257.78) 


860.77 


110.88 


146.50 


5 










Jowar 


TK (145.68) 




















W (112.10) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


45 


# + 


Rice 


158.64 T (329.82) 


762.83 


9-31 


16.18 


6 










Jowar 


W (168.75) 




















TK (161.07) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


48 


ED 


Rice 


329-41 T (382-43) 


764.45 


9.31 


238.36 


Tl 7 










Maize 


W (241.19) 




















TK (141.24) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


50 


ED 


Rice 


530.14 T (305.54) 


615.52 


. 9 


139-62 


8 










Maize 


TK (273.16) 




















W (32,38) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


48 


EA 


Rice 


1>412.75 T (379.19) 


653.57 


80.94 


212.45 


N2 9 










Jowar 


TK (199.11) 




















W (174-01) 




















WE (6.07) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


42 


EAG 


Rice 


T (393.76) 


783.47 


72.84 


187.77 


10 










Maize 


TK (154.99) 




















W (238.77) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


40 


ED 


Rice 


T (189.80) 


478.74 


- 


61.92 


11 












TK (130.71) 




















W (59-09) 










KR 


Huzurabad 


36 


EAG 


Rice 


T (419.25) 


680-68 


.. 


220-96 


Ti 12 










Maize 


W (242.00) 




















TK (177-25) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (239-98)' 


427.75 


13.35 


118.98 


Tl 13 












TK (206.79) 










* 










W (33.19) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (142-45) 


505.45 


29.14 


65.96 


14 










Maize 


W (91-46; 




















TK (50.99) 










PR 


Huzurabad 


28 


ED 


Rice 


T (418.45) 


728,43 


18.21 


172.80 


15 










Maize 


TK (215.30) 




















W (203.15) 











16 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion Name of village of the 


population 


nearest place 


where the facility available is given) 


Code "* --' 
No. 


VJUldgG \1JLI 

hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus* 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market. 


station, 


















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


<3) 


(4x) 


(4e) 


(51 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


16 Gudipahad 


374-33 


201 


1090 


P<2) 


RP 


R 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


17 Pidsilla 


844.17 


481 


2,445 


P(3))M 


RP(2) 


W 


PC 


10+ 


5-10 


18 Gundlakurtbi 


206.79 


87 


414 


P 


-5 


w 


-5 


10+ 


r5 


19 Motlapalle 


744.22 


438 


2,016 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


20 Metpalle 


749.07 


283 


1*386 


P 


RP 


w 


PC 


10+ 


-5 


21 Vemulapalle 


862.38 


558 


2*545 


P(2)M 


-5 W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 














R 








22 Narlapur 


1)386-85 


552 


2,639 


P 


5-10 


R 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


23 Cherlapalle 


608.65 


603 


2,848 


P)M 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


24 Varikole 


1,061-89 


600 


3,065 


P(2) 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


25 Pulgilla 


670*56 


411 


1,919 


P 


RP 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


26 Raiparthi 


1*415.99 


979 


4)696 


P(2),M 


-5 


W,TW 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


27 Malkapet 


566.15 


318 


1.490 


PMH 


5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



28 Paidipalle 

29 Dammannapet 

30 Chennapur 



0.59 116 537 



It 322-91 626 2,984 



991.07 262 1,278 



5-10 



10+ 



W 



W 



PO 



10+ 
10+ 



5-10 



5-10 



10+ W PO 10+ 5-10 



31 Jaggaiahpet 



991.88 428 2,036 



10+ WHP 



-5 10+ BS 



17 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


PARKAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms,) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


" - " " \ any t>in;c ui HULI 

Area not religious, . Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
















vation 


interest 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


KR 


Huzurabad 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (48.16) 


291.37 


0-40 


34.40 


16 










TK (48.16) 










KR 


Huzurabad 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (93.08) 


704.56 


14.97 


31.56 


N4:M1:T1 17 








Maize 


TK (93*08) 










KR 


Huzurabad 20 


EA 


Rice 


T (11.73) 


176.44 


4.05 


14.57 


18 








Maize 


TK (11.73) 










KR 


Huzurabad 20 


EA 


Rice 


T(63.54) 


602.58 


f 


78-10 


19 








Maize 


TK (63.54) 










KR 


Huzurabad 22 


EA 


Rice 


T (80.13) 


634.14 


22.66 


12.14 


20 








Maize 


TK (68.80) 


















W(I1.33) 










PR 


Huzurabad 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (85.79) 


683-51 


32.38 


60-70 


N2.-T4 21 








Jowar 


TK (72.84) 


















WE (8.09) 


















W (4-86) 










KR 


Huzurabad 22 


ED 


Rice 


T (619.17) 


503.43 


14.97 


249.28 


22 








Jowar 


W (408-73) 


















TK (210.44) 










PR 


Huzurabad 22 


EA 


Rice 


T (54.63) 


519.62 


8-09 


26.31 


N3 23 








Jowar 


TK (50.59) 


















WE (2.02) 


















W (2.02) 










KR 


Huzurabad 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (179.28) 


732.07 


42.49 


108.05 


24 








Maize 


TK (93.48) 








* 










W (85 ; 80) 










PR 


Huzurabad 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (83.77) 


510.71 





76-08 


25 








Maize 


TK (83-77) 










PR 


Huzurabad 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (168.75) 


1,066.75 


* 


180-49 


26 








Maize 


W (168.75) 


- 








KR 


Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (182.11) 


85.79 


212.46 


85-79 


27 








Jowar 


W (97.13) 


















TK (84.98) 










KR 


Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (175-63) 


135-16 


182.92 


386.88 


28 










TK (146-90) 


















W (28.73) 










KR 


Warangal 32 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (475.10) 


582.75 


21.04 


242,41 


29 








Maize 


TK (275-59) 


















GC (190-20) 


















W (9-31) 










PR 


Warangal 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (210.44) 


587-20 


91.86 


10.12 


30 








Maize 


TK (150.95) 


















GC (46-54) 


















W(12-95) 










PR 


Warangal 34 


EA 


Rice 


T (227-43) 


620.79 


40-47 


103. IS 


31 


t| 






Jowar 


W (141.64) 


















TK (77.70) 


















WE (8.09) 











18 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

Code village (in , * , *- *_^ 

No. hectares) House- Popnla- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



holds tion 



(4A) (4s) 



(5) 



water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any waterway) 
(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



32 


Sultanapur 


664 


.49 


424 


2,094 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


33 


Konaraopet 


418 


.85 


128 


581 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


34 


Jamshedbegpalle 


242 


.81 


32 


138 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


35 


Kodepak (Khurd) 


2,850 


19 


1,082 


5,272 


P(5) 


PHS 


W,HP 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


36 


Parkal 


1378, 


,76 


3,021 


15,242 


P(4),M(2), 
H(2),JC, 
0(6) 


MCW.MH, 
FPC,RP(2), 
CHW 


W,T 


PO,TO, 
PTO, 
Phone 


Sunday 


BS 


37 


Madharam 


837. 


29 


338 


1,833 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


38 


Rajipeta 


328. 


20 


140 


739 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


39 


Vellampalle 


862. 


38 


611 


2,966 


P 


5*10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 



40 Nadikuda 



881.40 577 2,808 P(3),MH 



5-10 W,HP 



PO 



5-10 



BS 



41 Choutparthi 



529.33 261 1,400 P(2) 5-10 W PO 5-10 BS 



42 Mushtyalapalle 



484,00 146 836 P,M 5-10 R PO 5-10 



43 Kantatmakur 



1,311.18 559 3,086 P,M 5.10 W PO 5-10 



44 Dharmaram 



420.06 203 957 P,M 



-5 W,HP PO 10+ BS 



45 Kowfcouda, 



476.72 322 1,561 P,M 



RP W PO 10+ 



19 



DIRECTORY 












and Land use 










PARKAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not 
available 


^ any place of tion 
religious. Code 
historical or No. 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- 


archaeological 










vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


PR Warangal 32 


EA Rice 


52.61 T (99.55) 


404.68 32-38 


75.27 


Nl 32 




Jowar 


TK (93.08) 












W (6.47) 








KR Warangal 32 


ED Rice 


117.36 T (12.14) 


165.52 32-37 


91.46 


33 




Jowar 


,TK (10-12) 












W (2-02) 








KR Warangal 30 


Rice 


T (36.02) 


168.35 14.57 


23-87 


34 




Jowar 


TK (36.02) 








KR Warangal 30 


EA Rice 


T (906.90) 


1,144.45 47.75 


751.09 


Nl 35 




Jowar 


TK (432.20) 












GC (389.71) 












W (84.99) 








PR Warangal 28 


EA Rice 


T (520-02) 


401.85 


456.89 N445:C20:M40:T6 36 




Maize 


TK (350.05) 












W (89.03) 












GC (80.94) 








KR Warangal 26 


EA Rice 


T (151-35) 


623-62 


62.32 


N2 37 




Maize 


TK (151-35) 








KR Warangal 24 


EA Rice 


T (29.95) 


250.09 


48.16 


Nl 38 




Maize 


TK (29.95) 








KR Warangal 22 


ED Rice 


.. T (205-58) 


592.05 11.33 


53.42 


39 




Maize 


W (130.31) 












TK (75.27) 








PR Warangal 26 


EA Rice 


T (327-79) 


333.46 81.75 


138-40 


N5 40 




Jowar 


W (126,26) 












TK (112.50) 












WE (84.98) 












O (4.05) 








PR Warangal 26 


EA Rice 


T (76-89) 


411.97 8,90 


31.56 


Ni 41 




Jowar 


TK (62.72) 












WE (10.12) 












W (4-05) 








KR Warangal 22 


ED Rice 


T(143.26) 


295,42 8.09 


37-23 


42 




Jowar 


TK (74-46) 












W (68.80) 








KR Warangal 34 


ED Rice 


.. T (431.80) 


862.79 


16.59 


43 




Maize 


W (265.88) 












TK (85-79) 












GC (80.13) 








PR Warangal 16 


EA Rice 


T (69.61) 


253.33 40.47 


56.65 


Nl 44 




Jowar 


TK (45.33) 












WE (20,23) 


' 










W (4.05) 








KR Warangal 18 


EA Rice 


T (48.56) 


399.02 20.24 


8.90 


N2 45 




Jowar 


TK (36-42) 












W (8.09) 












WE (4.05) 




- 1 


1 



20 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the Population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

No, hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 

holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 

(Potable) the stop. Railway 

market, station, 

if any Waterway) 
0) (2) (3) HA) (4e> (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



46 Sarwapur 



225.00 74 398 



P,M 



5-10 W 



-5 . 10+ 5-10 



47 Ghatlakaniparthi 1.021.83 712 3*344 P(3)M>H 



10+ WHP PO 10-f- 5-10 



Pocharam 



M13.69 457 2,311 P(2) 5-10 W*HP 5-10 5-10 5-10 



49 Kodepak (Kalan) 1,830.39 Ir028 5*179 P(5)M>H 

50 Kamareddipalle 347.62 203 999 P 

51 Koppul 1>165.49 1*030 4>731 P(2),M 



5-10 W*TK PO 5-10 BS 

5-10 ' W PO 5-10 BS 

5-10 W PO 5-10 5-10 



52 Kothapalie CGori) lj-633.71 1*007 4r933 P>M 

53 Katrepalle 2,024.23 507 2*663 P 



RP W PO 10-f BS 

5-10 W PO 10+ 5-10 



54 Vasantbapur 

55 Mylaratn 



686.75 162 915 P 

749.07 350 1*773 P 



5-10 W -5 10+ 5-10 

5rlO W 5-10 10+ BS 



56 Taharupur 



678.25 371 1*785 



-5 W,HP PO 10+ BS 



57 Singaram (Kotbaghat) 578.70 217 1>149 



P 5-10 W>HP PO* 10+ 5-10 

Phone 



58 Shayampet 



1*065-13 1*198 5,632 P*M*H*O D(2)FPC> W*HP* PO*TO, 10+ BS 

PHC T Phone 



21 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 




PARKAL TALUK 




__ 


. . 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
^ hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including Loca. 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply f oo d 
(in Kms.) 


FnrAct T ^ "~ ~""~" > a y place of tion 
rorest Irrigated Unirri- Cultivable Area not religious, Code 
by source gated waste available historical or No. 






for culti- archaeological 






vation interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 

. . 


... (15) (16) < 17 ) (18) (19) (20) (1) 




KR Warangal 16 


ED, Rice 


T 




EAG Jowar 


" TK(2225) H4 ' 93 18 ' 62 65 * 15 T1 46 






W (3-' 24) 






WE (0.81) 


KR Warangal 16 


EA Rice 
Jowar 


.. T (288.14) 559.68 89.03 84.98 N4 47 
TKU51.76) 






W (101.17) 






WE (35.21) 


KR Warangal 20 


ED, Rice 
EAG Jowar 


.. T (237.14) 677.85 34.40 164.30 48 
TK (168.35) 






W (60.70) 






WE (8.09) 


PR Warangal 26 


EA Rice 
Jowar 


T (522.45) 959.10 24.28 324.56 N2:T1 49 
TK (522.45) 


PR Warangal 30 


EA Rice 
Maize 


T (28-33) 202.34 .. 116.95 Nl 50 


KR Warangal 38 


ED, Rice 
EAG Jowar 


T (339.93) 554-01 80.94 190.61 N4 51 
TK (222.58) 






W (103.19) 






WE (14.16) 


PR Warangal 38 


ED, Rice 
EO Maize 


T (242.81) 1,009.69 80.94 300.27 Nl'Cl 52 
TK .(242.81) 


KR Warangal 39 


EA Rice 
Jowar 


T (343.17) 454.87 772-54 453-65 53 
TK (259.00) 






W (82.56) 






WE (1.61) 


KR Warangal 34 


Rice 


T (60.30) 474.70 20.23 131.52 54 




Jowar 


TK (60.30) 


PR Warangal 25 


ED, Rice 
EAG Jowar 


T (164.71) 301-09 250,90 32.37 55 
W (101. 17) 


- 




TK (53.42) 






WE (10.12) 


PR Warangal 18 


ED, Rice 

EAG Jowar 


.. T (250.90) 225.01 161.87 40.47 5* 
TK (89.03) 






W (80.94) 






WE (80.93) 


KR Warangal 16 : 


ED, Rice 


T (145-69) 169.97 20.23 242 81 < 7 




EAG Jowar 


WE (80. 94) ** 






W (52.61) 






TK (12.14) 


PR Warangal 18 


EA Rice 
Jowar 


.. T (283.28) 502.21 81.34 198.30 N100:C1:M2:T1 58 
TK (141.64) 






W (80.94) 






WE (60.70) 



22 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 








water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
o'a the stop, Railway 

market. station 

if ( a 9 n } y 



59 Hussainpalle 



256.17 us 451 



-5 W PO 



10+ -5 



60 Singaram (Katachpur) 581-13 263 1,575 



W PO 10+ 



61 Pyathipak 



985.41 667 3,206 



-5 W,HP PO 



62 Neradupalle 484-41 

Patti Katakshapur 



424 1,997 p, M ,H PHS, W PO,TO 104. 

0(2) ' 



63 Katakshapur 

64 Hanz Buzurg 

65 Polaram 

66 Neerukulla 

67 Muddunoor 



732.88 
503.02 

203.56 
Ij360.15 

M78.04 



110 647 

102 538 



W 



W 



PO 10+ 

-5 10+ 



Uninhabited 
772 3,986 P>M ,H 5 -lO W PO,TO, 10+ 



Phone 



584 2,879 P (5 ) 



BS 



BS 



BS 



BS 



BS 



10+ 



23 



DIRECTORY 












and Land use 


PARKAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 








in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- 
by source gated 


Culturable Area not 
waste available 


-> any place of 
religious , 
historical or 


tion 
Code 

No, 


(in Kms.) 






for culti- 


archaeological 










vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) (17) 


(18) (19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 26 


EAG Rice 


7(57.06) 81.75 


1.62 115.74 




59 




Jowar 


WE (22.66) 












W (20.23) 












TK (14.17) 








PR Warangal 26 


EA Rice 


T (127.48) 156-21 


13.76 283-68 




60 




Jowar 


W (105.22) 












TK (18.21) 












WE (4-05) 








PR Warangal 20 


EA Rice 


T (208.82) 607.03 


60.70 108.86 


N5 


61 




Jowar 


TK (107-65) 












WE (80.94) 












W (20.23) 








PR" Warangal 22 


EA Rice 


T (135.97) 221-77 


89.03 37.64 


N10 


62 




Jowar 


TK (79.32) 












W (56.65) 








PR Warangal 25 


ED Rice 


T(65.15) 320.51 


130.71 216.51 


N2 


63 




EAG Jowar 


TK (39.66) 












W (25.49) 








KR Warangal 22 


EAG Rice 


T (339.53) 48.56 


2.43 112.50 




64 




Maize 


TK (331.44) 












W (8.09) 












Uninhabited 






65 


PR Warangal 27 


EA Rice 


.. T (297. 85) 861.57 


33.19 167.54 


N30:M6:T1 


66 




Jowar 


TK (291.78) 












WE (4.05) 












W (2.02) 








KR Warangal 27 


EA Rice 


T (267. 09) 700.51 


80.94 129.50 


N2:M1:T1 


67 




Jowar 


TKO55.80) 












W (101. 17) 












WE (10-12) 









[25] 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE FORMATION OF NEW TALUKS AND NUMBER OF VILLAGES IN THE OLD AN. 
EXISTING TALUKS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT IN 1971 AND 1981 CENSUSES (Contd.) 



1 



Kodakondla (Concld.) 



162 Bommera 

164 Kondapuram 

163 Palakhurthy 

159 Lakshminarayanapuram 
161 Ayyagaripalle 

160 Thorrur 

157 Shatapuram 
156 Kolkonda 
155 Chowdur 

144 Madur (Khurd) 
127 Singarajpalle 
126 Nirmala 

*125 Ramarajpalle 

145 Madur Kalan 
154 Madhapuram 

158 Visnoor 

166 Teegaram 

165 Dardepalle 

173 Valmadi ' 

174 Mallampalie 

175 Vavilala 

176 Regula 

177 Authapuram 

178 Nancharimodur 

179 Pcddavangara 

180 Pochampalle 

181 Gantlakunta 

171 Edunuthula 

172 Muthram 

168 Manchippula 

167 Channur 
153 Mailaram 

152 Dharmapuram 

146 Kadavendi 

147 Devaruppala 

148 Gollapalle 

149 Manpahad 

150 Mondrai 

151 t Lakshmakkapalle 

1 69 Ramavaram 

170 Pakala 

183 Kodakondla 

182 Narasingapuram 

** 

184 Rangapuram 

185 Kurpalle 

186 Wadde Kothapalle 

187 Pocharam 




POTHANA - THE GREAT DEVOUT POCT 



The motif presented on f/w covaf pnyt* 
Bammera Pothana, also calfoti Pothatwnwtyd t *** rtwout 
poet belonging to the 15th c&ntury A* I), swiffa huvtt 
hailed from the village Bam/mim w.w W//V/WJ/, The 
spiritual history of India is /*,/>/*)&* with tfavvtionn/ 
poetry and it wms tinned <'?,v RHAKTI nnwnnwnt, Me 
'CUL T OF DEVOTION*. Tlw SRIMADANDHKA MAHA 
BHAGAVATHAM ren&WiU in A?////;w hy Pntlnnw fj*tw 
necessary fillip to this tnovonnwt Atnl twy! Iw vonht 
be treated as a progenitor of (his mawnwnt, Pnth^nx 
started this movement evtw httforu Chdituny** sMtt'tf f/w 
same movement in Bengal **ntf t/*//?//M/w/y* in 
In the Telugu country, thin imwsmvnt was tnlwn tn tj 
heights by Saints and lyricists Hkt* 
Kshetrayya tmd R#m&da$ of Bhadmc/Mtiitn fanw 
Bhagavatham,Pothatw wrote VEERABHADHA VUAYAM 
in praise of Lord Siva, which couM /?f) comMunx/ jtttMHt 
aSaivaite AGAMA SASTRA. BHQGINi OANRAKAM 
and NARAYANA SATAKAM, a f/wof iwu*t ctwipuMtion 
in praise of Lord Nd ray ana or Vishnu. 

. Pothana. was a great poet of aesthetic eminence and his style was so simp to tind &ttrMtiw to //w? 
common people as we/I as pedants. It is charming and sweet, and it won the hoafts of tfw Telugu sfHMkwfj 
people In a great sweep. He was one among the three or four top ranking Telugu poets of those* <t#y$ &tn/ 
even today. He shunned royal patronage and temptation for wealth and affluence, H% wti$ hitm&lt u with 
vator and tilled the lands with his own hands and derived satisfaction from what <7// /w couM fft*t from /;/* 
small bit of farm land. He dedicated his BHAGAVATHAM to none other than Lord Sri /to/w, //w Gottof 
his choice. He proclaimed that he was instrumental in his composition and it was Lord Kerm who poss&xsatf 
him and got the MAHAKAVYA written and that it could obtain great sanctity through his writings b&cau$0 
it was not he, but Lord Rama was responsible for its outcome. BHAGAVATHAM means which & ntotett to 
BHAGAWANorGod. Puranas say BHAKTI, JNANA, VAIRAGYA (renunciation) which cannot to obt9to*d 
by the study of GEETA and UPANISHADS can easily b& obtained by listening to the stories of 8HAGA- 
yATHAM. BHAGAVATHAM is a classical devotional literature as well as a literary classic. It enunciates the 
path of devotion through which God is easily accessible in preference to other paths which are not Gasify 
accessible to one and all. The style of MAHABHAGAVA THAM is extraordinarily mellifluous though full of 
Sanskrit words and compounds and it has the natural swaetness of Telugu language and it is a ram and 
ever shining ornament to the Telugu Muse. It beautifully describes the incarnations of Lord Vishnu, the 
saviour of his devotees and r childhood pranks of Sri Krishna, th* most favoured of the tncarnatiom of Lord 
Vishnu, the second of the Hindu Trinity. 

The Government of Andhra Pradesh declared 198 f as the year of Pothana, being the SOQthvnrof 
wming'SHIMADANDHRA MAHA$HAGAVATHAM\ Several functions were organised by the public 
throughout Andhra Pradesh and by the Government of Andhra Pradesh as well The State Government has 
* onstruot * com P fex f buildings known as 'Pothana Complex* in Warangal which include 

" ^^ WOU ' dbe IMMM in the 



MULUG TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

MULUG TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

20 Abbapuram 

4 Adavi Rangapuram 

(Narayanapuram) 

44 Annampalle 

5 Bandalapahad 

22 Bandarupalle 

40 Bollepalle 
18 Budharam 

15 Burrakayalagudem 

52 Bussapuram 

41 Chalvai 

1 Chelpur 

2 Dharmaraopet 

53 Dumpallagudem 

14 Ghanapuram 

37 Govindaraopeta 

26 Gowraratn 

23 Incherla 

47 Jaggannapeta 

21 Jakaram 

33 Kannaiguda 

42 Kannaigudem 

16 Karkapalle 

54 Karlapalle 

43 Kasinndevipeta 
28 Kavitla 

12 Kondapuram 

49 .Kothur 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 



39 


Lakhnavaram 


7 


Laxmidevipeta 


25 


Machapuram 


46 


Madanpalle 


17 


Mailaram 


38 


Medarmula 


30 


Mettupahad 


31 


Metlagudem 


45 


Mulug jv. 


32 


Muthaptfam 




K- 


9 


Nallagunta 


19 


Narsapuram 


10 


Palampeta 


34 


Pasra 


29 


Pasranagaram 


48 


Pathipalle 


3 


Peddapur 


50 


Pegadapalle 


36 


Raghavapatnam 


8 


Ramanathapalle 


11 


RamanujapHram 


35 


Rampuram 


27 


Rangapuram 




Patti Chalvai 


51 


Sarvapuram 


13 


Thupuram 


6 


Timmapuram 



24 Venkatapuratn 



25 




I H 



5 S *"* "" l 

i i j si S i' i 

o u Q u <Jj *J <-> 

j j 2 ^ J j -i 




26 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 
Code 


Total area 
of the 
village (in 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 -I- Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
Notable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 




















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4M 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 


Chelpur 


2,921.01 


1,016 


4,804 


P,M,H 


FPC, 


W,TK, 


PO 


10+ 


BS 














PHC 


HP 








2 


Dharmaraopet 


2,676.58 


1,179 


5,384 


P(5) 


5-10 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


3 


Peddapur 


3,260,95 


792 


3,802 


P,M 


RP 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


4 


Adavi Rangapuram 


1,165.49 


257 


1,189 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 




(Narayanapuram) 




















5 


Bandalapahad 


N.A. 


Uninhabited 


6 


Timmapuram 


386.07 


106 


433 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


7 


Laxmidevipeta 


2,547.09 


1,030 


4,797 


P(71 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


8 


Ramanathapalle 


71-22 


5 


22 


-5 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


BS 


9 


Nallagunta 


730.86 


495 


2,346 


P(2),MiH 


RP 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


10 


Palampeta 


1,313-61 


504 


2,270 


P 


RP 


W,TK 


POiTO 


Tuesday 


BS 


11 


Ramanujapuram 


2,453-60 


587 


2,774 


P(3) 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


-5 


BS 


12 


Kondapuram 


1,547.92 


502 


2,325 


P(4) 


RP 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


13 


Thupuram 


162.68 


7 


24 


-5 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


14 


Ghanapuram 


456 89 


1.059 


4,775 


P,M,H 


MH 


W,TK 


PO,TO 


Monday 


BS 


15 


Bur r akayalagud em 


403.07 


29 


127 


-5 


-5 


TK 


-5 


-5 


-5 


16 


Karkapalle 


940.08 


237 


1,142 


P(2) 


5-10 . 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


17 


Mailaram 


1,351.24 


334 


1,629 


P(3) 


RP 


W,HP 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


18 


Budharam 


1,440.68 


717 


3,225 


P,M 


0(2) 


W,TK 


PO 


5-10 


-5 


19 


Narsapuram 


4,815.34 


1,342 


6,394 


P(5)M 


O 


W 


PO,TO 


5-10 


5-K) 


20 


Abbapuram 


1,706.96 


482 


2,297 


P 





W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


21 


Jakaram 


35125-38 


214 


1,094 


P 


5-10 


W 


POiTO 


5-10 


BS 


22 


Baiidarupalle 


1,295.40 


647 


2,834 


P 


O 


W 


PO 


5-10 " 


5-10 




t 




















23 


Incherla 


2,728,38 


1,175 


5,362 


P(4) f MH 


0(5) 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 



27 



DIRECTORY 

and Land use 














MULUG TALUK 






~ 


. _ 


.I .. 








Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


> any place ot tion 
Culturable Area not religious, Code 
waste available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 














vat ion 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 

- 


(14) 

" 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


PR Warangal 40 


EA 


Rice 

Jowar 


328-60 T (570.61) 
TK (570.61) 


1022.23 


672.99 


326.58 


N100:M6:T4 1 


KR Warangal 42 


ED 


Rice 


216.10 T (631-71) 


395.38 


595.29 


838.10 


Ml 2 






Jowar 


TK (631.71) 










KR Warangal 42 


ED 


Rice 


1,162.66 T (403.07) 


283-28 


M48.09 


263.85 


N2 3 






Jowar 


TK (403.07) 










KR Warangal 36 


ED 


Rice 


510.71 T (120-60) 


190-20 


275.18 


68-80 


4 






Jowar 


TK (120.60) 
















Uninhabtied 










KR Warangal 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (61.92) 


283.28 




40.87 


Ml 6 






Jowar 


TK (61.92) 










PR Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 
Jowar 


378.79 T (351.67) 
TK (351.67) 


299.47 


513.14 


1*004.02 


N4:C1:M1:T2 7 


PR Warangal 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (8-90) 


21.85 


35.61 


4.86 


Nl 8 






Jowar 


TK (8.90) 










PR Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (271 .54) 


61-11 


336-70 


61.51 


N4:T2 9 






Jowar 


TK (271.54) 










PR Warangal 30 


ED 


Rice 


99.55 T (367.86) 


194-66 




651.54 


N50:T1 10 






Jowar 


TK (367-86) 










PR Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


717.10 T (951.01) 


232.69 


297.85 


254.95 


N4:C1;M3:T3 11 






Jowar 


TK (951.01) 










PR Warangal 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (293-80) 


1*065.94 


52.61 


135.57 


N4:M1:T1 12 






Jowar 


TK (293.80) 










KR Warangal 38 


. , 


Rice 


T(81.75) 


52.51 


21-85 


6.47 


13 






Jowar 


TK (81.75) 










PR Warangal 36 


EA 


Rice 


T (241.60) 


' 57.06 


47.35 


110-88 


N105:C1:M2:T6 14 






Jowar 


TK (241-60) 










PR Warangal 38 


. . 


Rice 


T (210.03) 


48.56 


121.41 


23-07 


15 






Jowar 


TK (210.03) 










PR Warangal 38 


EA 


Rice 


455.27 T (95.50) 


222.-5S 


65.56 


101-17 


16 






Jowar 


TK (51. 0) 
















L (43.70) 










PR Warangal 36 


ED 


Rice 


342.77 T (93-48) 


244.02 


242.81 


428-16 


N2 17 






Jowar 


TK (93-48) 










KR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (267.09) 


489.67 


14.17 


669.75 


N4:T5 18 






Jowar 


TK (267-09) 










KR Warangal 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (586.79) 


1,671.35 


810.99 


1*746.21 


N6:C1;M1:T1 19 






Jowar 


TK (586.79) 










KR Warangal 22 ' 


EA 


Rice 


689.18 T(77.30) 


749.48 


162.6$ 


8.09 


N4;M2 20 






Jowar 


TK (77-30) 










PR Warangal 20 


EA 


Rice 


1,783.04 T (91-05) 


443. 13 




808.16 


N2 21 






Jowar 


TK (91.05) 










KR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (140-83) 


895.57 




259.00 


N4 22 






Jowar 


TK (140,83) 










PR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (590.84) 


917.82 


40-87 


1 H8.85 


N13:M4:T10 23 






Jowar 


TK (590.84) 











28 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code vtiioop firi 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Households and in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. ,5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms, of the 
population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Pop ill a- Educational Medical Drinking Post and 


Day or 


Communica* 






holds 


tion water Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 








(Potable) 


the 


stop, Railway 










market, 


station, 










if any 


Waterway) 


CD (2) 


(3) 


<4A) 


(4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) 


(9) 


(10) 


24 Venkatapuram 


7,868.69 


1,332 


6,077 P(2)M.H NH W PO.TO 


5-10 


BS 


25 Machapuram 


336.29 


118 


570 P W PO 


10+ 


BS 


26 Gowraram 


N.A. 




Merged in Chalvoi L. C .No. 41 






27 Rangapuram 


1,095.48 


699 


3,300 P(3) RP W,C PTO, 


10+ 


BS 


Patti Chalvai 






Phone 






28 Kavitla 


139.86 




Marked in Rangapuram L. C. No. 27 






29 Pasranagaram 


1,248.45 


740 


3,456 P,M RP W,C PO, 


10+ 


BS 








Phone 






30 Mettupahad 


2.43 




Merged in Mettagudem L. C. No. 31 






31 Metlagudem 


1,121.79 


94 


395 P R PO 


10+ 


5-10 


Patti Lingal 












32 Muthapuram 


58.27 


46 


202 5-10 W,R 5-iO 


10+ 


-5 


33 Kannaiguda 


72.84 


. 2 


10 P -5 W -5 


10+ 


-5 


34 Pasra 


N.A. ' 




Merged in Pasranagaram L. C. No. 29 






35 Rampuram 


928.75 


497 


2,172 P 5-10 W 5-10 


10+ 


BS 


36 Raghavapatnam 


N.A. 




Merged in Rangapuram L. C. No. 27 






37 Govindaraopeta 


N.A. 


Wards J , 2 & 3 merged in Lakhnavaram L. C. No . 39 and 








wards 4,5,6 &7 marged in Rangapuram L. C. No. 27 






38 Medarmula 


N.A. 




Merged in Rampuram (L. C. No. 35) 






39 Lakhnavaram 


932.39 


1,016 


4,728 P(3),M,H RP W,C PO, 


10+ - 


BS 








Phone 






40 Bollepalle 


N.A. 




Merged in Lakhnavaram (L. C. No. 39) 






41 Cbalvai 


984.19 


1,231 


5,447 P,M,H RP W,C PO/TO, 


10+ 


BS 








Phone 






42 Kannaigudem 


633.33 


96 


444 P -5 W PO 


10+ 


-5 


43 Kasimdevipeta 


2,327.34 


415 


1*995 P O W PO 


10+ 


BS 


44 Annampalle 


503.83 


7 


46 -5 -5 W -5 


10+ 


BS 


45 Muhig 


1,648-28 


1,673 


8,097 P(4)MH PHC,H T,W PO,TO, 


10+. 


BS 








JC .PTO, 












Phone 






46 Madanpalle 


522.45 


371 


1,780 P -5 W PO 


10+ 


' 5 , 


47 Jaggannapeta 


1,567-34 


322 


1,557 P(3) 5-10 W PO 


10+ 


5-10 



29 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MULUG TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not religious, 
by source gated waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


IJ.VJJJL 

Code 

No, 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


PR 


Warangal 


34 


ED 


Rice 


3*518-33 T (1,091. 03) 1 


,471.03 880.59 907-71 N25:M2 ; T1 


24 










Jo war 


TK (1,091-03) 






PR 


Warangal 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (44-11) 


172.39 115.74 4.05 


25 










, Jowar 


TK (44.11) 
















Merged in Chahai L. C. 


No. 41 


26 


PR 


Warangal 


34 


EA 


Rice 


444.34 T (548.35) 


70-01 .. 32.38 Ml 


27 










Jowar 


L (534.18) 
















O (14.17) 






Merged in Rangapuram L. C. No. 27 


28 


PR 


Warangal 


40 


EA 


Rice 


728.43 T (87.82) 


165.92 215.70 50-58 


29 










Jowar 


(45.33) 
















L (42.49) 
















Merged in Metlagudem L. 


C. No. 31 


30 


KR 


Warangal 


48 


EA 


Rice 


1*000.79 


20.64 95.10 5-26 


31 










Jowar 








KR 


Warangal 


46 


EA 


Rice 


10.93 T (2.83) 


39-25 .. 5.26 


32 












O (2-83) 






KR 


Warangal 


48 


EA 


Rice 


T (8-09) 


34-00 25.49 5.26 


33 












TK (8.09) 






Merged in PasranagaramL* C. No. 29 


34 


PR 


Warangal 


42 


EA 


Rice 


72.84 T (460.94) 


197.89 89.43 91.46 


35 










Jowar 


L (437.06) 
















TK (12.95) 
















O (10.93) 
















Merged in Rangapuram L. 


C. No 27 


36 










Wards 


1, 2 & 3 merged in Lakhnavar am L. C. No. 39 and 


37 


wards 4,5,6 & 7 merged in Rangapuram L. C. No. 27 












Merged in Rampuram L. C 


. No. 35 


3$ 


PR 


Warangal 


38 


EA 


Rice 


350.05 T (63.13) 


205.58 141.23 172,40 N90:C1:M4:T4 


39 










Jowar 


L (63.13) 






Merged in Lakhnavar am L. C. No. 39 


40 


PR 


Warangal 


36 


EA 


Rice 


396.59 T (513.54) 


74.06 MlrTl 


41 










Jowar 


L (513.54) 






PR 


Warangal 


28 


^ f 


Rice 


T (138.00) 


234-31 .. 261.02 


42 










Jowar 


TK (138-00) 






PR 


Warangal 


26 


EA 


Rice 


484.81 T (170-37) 


815-85 622.81 233.50 N2:T1 


43 










Jowar 


TK (170.37) 






PR 


Warangal 


24 


,. 


Rice 


T (49-37) 


417.23 .. 37.23 


44 










Jowar 


TK (49.37) 






PR 


Warangal 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (599-74) 


929.16 .. 119.38 N104:C6:M3:T3 


45 










Jowar 


TK (599-74) 






KR 


Warangal 


22 


EA 


Rice 


T (73.65) 


194,25 .. 254.55 N2;C1:T1 


46 






V . 




Jowar 


TK (73,65) 






KR 


Warangal 


16 


ED 


Rice 


T (80.94) 


816.65 .. 669.75 N3 


47 










Jowar 


TK (80.94) 







30 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given} 


Code 


village (in 


i 














No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 
















market, 


station, 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any 
(9) 


waterway) 
(10) 


48 Pathipalle 


2,821.06 


1,053 


4830 


P(2),M,H O 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


49 Kothur 


1425.30 


358 


1,674 


P,M O 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


50 Pegadapalle 


1,466.98 


109 


528 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


51 Sarvapuram 


6,530-80 


199 


962 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


52 Bussapuram 


795.21 


188 


880 


P 5-10 


w f c 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


53 Dumpallagudem 


N.A. 






Merged in Lakhnavaram 


L. C. No. 39 


54 Karlapalle 


916.61 


122 


625 


P 5-10 


WC 


PO 


m-L 


PQ 



31 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MULUG TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 














&ny place of 


tion 


Approach Nearest town 


Power Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- Culturable 


Area not 


religious, 


Code 


to village 


and distance 


supply food 


by source 


gated waste 


available 


historical or 


No. 




(inKms.) 








for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Warangal 20 


EA Rice 


T (293.40) 


982.57 


1,269.90 


N6:T3 


48 






Jo war 


TK (293.40) 










PR 


Warangal 26 


ED Rice 


T (150.54) 


528.92 63-54 


682.30 


Nl:Ml 


49 






Jowar 


TK (150.54) 










PR 


Warangal 30 


ED Rice 


T (40.47) 


396.99 


1,029.52 


N2 


50 






Jowar 


TK (40-47) 










PR 


Warangal 30 


EA Rice 


5821.79 T (55.44) 


227.03 315-25 


111.29 


.. 


51 






Jowar 


TK (41.28) 
















O (14.16) 










PR 


Warangal 34 


EA Rice 


643.04 T (122-62) 


.4 


29.14 


Tl 


52 






Jowar 


L (111.69) 
















TK (8.90) 
















(2.03) 
















Merged in Lakhnavaram 


L. C. No. 39 






53 


PR 


Warangal 38 


EA Rice 


.. T (499.78) 


316.87 


99.96 


N1:T2 


54 






Jowar 


TK (499.78) 











ETURNAGARAM TALUK 




"*<*> 



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V-- ^v 

1* /'"S*/ 

/ v * .u- f '-i 

M % .x-' i 

"# Ld!_\ 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

55 Adharvai 

106 Akinepalle Mallaram 

40 Akulavari Ghanpur 

76 Algupalle 

33 Allamvari Bhanpur 

151 Alligudam 

5 Andukpalle 

119 Ankampalle 

164 Ankannagudem 

132 Annaram 

30 Banajibandam 

157 Bandal 

108 Bandarugudem 

143 Banjar Yellapur 

99 Barlaguda 

114 Beerelli 

162 Bhittupalle 

2 Bhupatipuram 

131 Bhupatipuram 

69 Bodigudem 

150 Bollepalle 

Patti Lingal 

107 Brahmanapalle 

56 Buduguvanipahad 

37 Butaram 

16 Buttaigudem 

29 Chalbak 

92 Cheerupalle (Kothapet) 

142 Chennapuram 

75 Chinaboinapalle 

85 Chinna Venkatapuram 

74 Chintagudam 

Patti Ekkala Duwur 

21 Chintagudem 

Patti Gurrevula 

155 Chintalkatapur 

87 Chirragudam 

19 Chittial 

146 Chouled 

96 Chunchupalle 

127 Damervai 

65 Dammakkapalle 

6 Devdumla 

43 Dodla 

110 Domeda 

51 Durgaram 



41 
62 
81 
23 
39 



Ekkala 

Elbak 

Ellapuram 

Ettur 

Eturnagaram 



133 Gangaram 

Patti Annaram 
3 Gangaram 

Patti Gurrevula 
11 Gangugudem 
82 Gogupalle 
103 Gollagudam 
32 Gondangavai 
66 Gonepalle 
138 Gopaigudam 
123 Gowraram 

Patti Annaram 
14 Gurrevula 

136 Immadigudem 
48 lyapur 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

ETURNAGARAM TALUK 

. 1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

> (2) 

57 Jampangavai 



50 

71 
117 



112 
13 

54 

24 

128 

125 

105 

122 

140 

91 

45 

153 

144 

68 

46 

47 

42 

160 



Kalvapalle 

Kamaram Patti Tadvai 

Kamaram 

Patti Annaram 
Kamalapuram 
Kamsettigudam 
Kanaygudem 

Patti Gurrevula 
Kanneboinapalle 
Kanthanpalle 
Katapuram 
Katnarasapuram 
Kattigudam 
Keshavapur 
Kishtapuram 
Komatpalle 
Kondai 
Kondaiguda 
Kondalanagaram 
Kondaparthy. 
Kondred 
Koratpalle 
Kothagudem 
Patti Ekkalaguvam 
Kothagudem 
Patti Lingal 
Kothur 



49 
120 


Kottur Patti Pangjkdi 
Kowsettivai 1 


80 


Koyagudem 


109 


Ladakgudam 


158 


Lavval 


7 


Laxmipuram 




Patti Gurrevula 


134 


Laxmipuram 




Patti Annaram 


154 


Lingal 


86 


Lingapuram 


161 


Madharam 


17 


Malkapalle 


95 


Mallur 


44 


Malyal 


38 


Manaspalle 


89 
70 


Mangapet (Podmur) 
Maredigudem 


28 


Maredipaka 


1 


Marepalle 


77 


Medaram 


58 


Patti Eturnagaram 
Medaram 




Patti Chalvai 


52 


Medaram 




Sammakajatra 


148 


Motlagudem 




Patti Lingal 


26 


Mullykatta 


15 


Muppanpalle 



124 Narasapuram 

Patti Annaram 
97 Narasimhasagaram 
61 Narlapuram 
93 Narsapur (Mangapet) 
152 Narsapuram 
Patti Lingal 
115 Nimmaguoam 

33 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

67 Nimmakayalanagaram 
53 Oorettam 

18 Padigapuram 

Patti Gurrevula 
59 Padigapuram 
Patti Pangdi 
139 Padigapuram 

Patti Annaram 
126 Pambapuram 
79 Papkapur 
12 Parad 

84 Peda Venkatapuram 
149 Pochapur 
98 Poreddipalle 

35 Raigudem 

8 Rajannapet 
104 Rajupet 
100 Ramachandrunipet 
102 Ramanakkapet 
78 Ramannagudam 

Patti Eturnagaram 
137 Ramannagudem 
Patti Annaram 
25 Rampur (Agrahararn) 
121 Rampur 

Patti Annaram 
10 Rampur 

Patti Gurrevula 



163 


Ranbandala 


111 


Rangapuram 




Patti Annaram 


34 


Reheer 


20 


Sarvai 


135 


Sattaram 


72 


Shahpalle 


27 


Shankarajpalle 


22 


Singaram 




Patti Gurrevula 


130 


Singaram 




Patti Annaram 


83 


Sivapuram 


145 


Somaigudam 


141 


Tadvai 


60 


Takkalagudem 


73 


Theegalvai 


94 


Thimampet 


147 


Timmanitogu 


90 


Tondial Laxmipur 


4 


Tupakulagudem 


129 


Uppukunta 


156 


Vaddagudem 




Patti Lingal 


113 


Veerapuram 


63 


Venglapuram 


118 


Venkannagudam 


64 


Venkatapuram 




Patti Chalvai 


101 


Wadagudam 




Patti Rajupet 


159 


Wadagudem 




Patti Bandal 


36 


Woddugudem 




Patti Gurrevula 


116 


Yellapura 




Ashannagudam 


31 


Yelsettipalle 



34 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


, 


* s 


r _~ _ 





X 


. _ ..^^ 


No, 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or Cornmunica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 




the stop. Railway 
















market, station, 
















if any Waterway) 


(1 ) (2) 


(3) 


<4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) (10) 


1 Marepalle 


5.18 






Uninhabited 








2 Bhupatipuram 


59.89 


20 


113 


10+ 10+ 


W,TW 


10+ 


10+ 


3 Gangaram 


180.08 


23 


108 


P 10+ 


W,R 


'-5 


10+ 


Patti Gurrevula 
















4 Tupakulagudem 


254.95 


91 


466 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5 Andukpalle 


142.04 






Uninhabited 








6 Devdumla 


82.96 


34 


173 


-5 10+ 


R 


-5 


10+ 


7 Laxmipurarn 


160-26 


75 


455 


P 10+ 


R 


-5 


10+ 


Patti Gurrevula 
















8 Rajannapet 


141.64 


45 


225 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


9 Kothur 


108.86 






Uninhabited 








Patti Gurrevula 
















10 Rampur 


64.34 






Uninhabited 








Patti Gurrevula 
















11 Gangugudem 


207.60 


49 


189 


-5 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


12 Parad 


19.42 






Uninhabited 








13 Kanaygudem 


146.90 


111 


653 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


Patti Gurrevula 
















14 Gurrevula 


129.09 


176 


798 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


15 Muppanpalle 


389-31 


181 


911 


P 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


16 Buttaigudem 


419-25 


231 


1.238 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


17 Malkapalle 


152.16 






Uninhabited 








18 Padigapuram 


168.35 






Uninhabited 








Patti Gurrevula 
















19 Chittial 


4*568.08 


27 


140 


5-10 10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


20 Sarvai 


92.67 


23 


113 


-5 10+ 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


21 Chintagudem 
Patti Gurrevula 


242.00 


39 


230 


P 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


22 Singaram 


309-18 


62 


315 


P 5-10 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


Patti Gurrevula 
















23 Ettur 


235-53 


61 


356 


P 5-10 


WiR 


PO 


10+ 


24 Kanthanpalle 


423.30 


76 


413 


P 5-10 


WR 


-5 


10+ 


25 Rampur ( Agraharam) 


970-03 


40 


176 


-5 5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 



35 



IRECTORY 
nd Land use 


ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


Land use (i.e. t area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 
tion 
Code 

No. 

(1) 


.pproach Nearest town 
village and distance 
(in Kms.) 

(11) (12) 


Power Staple Forest 
supply food 

(13) (14) ' (15) 


Irrigated 
by source . 

(16) 


Unirri- Culturable Area not religious , 
gated waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation ' interest 

(17) (18) (19) (20) 










Uninhabited 








1 


KR 


Manthani 


50 


Rice 3.64 


T (24.28) 


31.16 


0.41 


0-40 


2 








Jo war 


TK (24.28) 










KR 


Manthani 


48 


Rice 63-94 


T (10.12) 


40-47 





63-94 


3 








Jowar 


TK (10.12) 










KR 


Manthani 


50 


Rice 


T (51-80) 


60.70 


93.08 


44.92 


4 








Jowar 


TK (51-80) 


















Uninhabited 








5 


KR 


Manthani 


50 


Rice 


T (17.00) 


35.61 


0.81 


29.14 


6 








Jowar 


TK (17.00) 










KR 


Manthani 


52 


Rice 


T (7.28) 


91.05 


13.76 


47.75 . TI 


' 7 








Jowar 


TK (7.28) 










KR 


Manthani 


52 


Rice 


T (32-38) 


89.03 


12.14 


8.09 


8 




f 




Jowar 


TK (32-38) 


















Uninhabited 








9 










Uninhabited 








10 


KR 


Manthani 


54 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


93.48 


.. 


53.42 


11 








Jowar 


TK (60.70) 


















Uninhabited 








12 


KR 


Manthani 


54 


Rice 


T (21.45) 


49.77 


35-21 


40.47 


13 








Jowar 


TK(21.45) 










KR 


Manthani 


54 


Rice 12-14 


T (7.28) 


82.56 


14-97 


12.14 


14 








Jowar 


TK (7.28) 










KR 


Manthani 


56 


.; Rice 182.11 


. . 


133.55 


33-18 


40.47 


15 








Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 


54 


Rice 


.. 


46.54 


238.36 


133.95 


16 








Jowar 




















Uninhabtied 








17 










Uninhabited 








18 


KR 


Manthani 


56 


Rice 4>492.00 


T (31.16) 


33.99 





10,52 


19 








Jowar 


TK (31-16) 










KR 


Manthani 


56 


Rice 


T (2,83) 


26.30 


30.76 


32-78 


20 








Jowar 


TK (2-83) 










KR 


Manthani 


60 


Rice 


-. 


184.94 


48.56 


8.09 


21 








Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 


58 


Rice 49.78 


.. 


141.64 


107.64 


9.71 


22 








Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 


56 


Rice 


-. 


12?, 09 


80.94 


25-50 


23 








Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 


64 


Rice 


T (19.42) 


204.36 


186.15 


10.92 TI 


24 








Jowar 


TK (19.42) 










KR 


Manthani 


64 


Rice 851.86 


.. 


80.94 


* 


37.23 


25 








Jowar 













36 



\VARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 
Code 


Total area 
of the 
village (in 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical Drinking 


Post and 


Day or Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus 












(Potable) 




the stop, Railway 
















market, station, 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any Waterway) 
(9) (10) 


26 Mullykatta 


1,396.97 


, 57 


288 


-5 -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


27 Shankarajpalle 


472.27 


170 


910 


-5 -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


28 Maredipaka 


23.88 






Uninhabited 








~29 Chalbak 


467-82 


165 


786 


1 P D 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


30 Banajibandam 


127.07 


35 


146 


P -5 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


31 Yelsettipalle 


114.93 


28 


138 


-5 -5 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


32 Gondangavai 


2-43 






Uninhabited 








33 Allamvari Bhanpur 


205-98 


12 


70 


-5 ~5 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


34 Rcheer 


519.62 


183 


1 ,096 ' 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


35 Raigudem 


2.43 






Uninhabited 








36 Woddugudem 
Patti Gurrevula 


20.64 






Uninhabited 








37 Butaram 


78-10 


43 


188 


P 5-10 


W,R 


-5 


5-10 


38 Manaspalle 


1,034.37 


22 


88 


-5 -5 


W 


-5 


-5 


39 Eturnagaram 


514.35 


1,375 


6,544 


P,M,H PHC,D, 


W,HP, PO,TO, 


BS 










MOW 


o 


Phone 




40 Akulavari Ghanpur 


480.77 


198 


855 


P -5 


W 


-5 


-5 


41 Ekkala 


1,048.13 


32 


159 


P ^5 


R 


-5 


-5 


42 Kothagudem 


4.86 






Uninhabited 








Patti Ekkalaguvam 
















43 Dodla 


172,40 


30 


110 


-5 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


44 Malyal 


278-02 


69 


355 


P 10+ 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


45 Kondai 


227.48 


128 


575 


P 10+ 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


46 Kondred 


22.26 






Uninhabited 








47 Koratpalle 


4.86 






Uninhabited 








48 lyapur 


3,264-59 


83 


340 


P 10+ 


W,R 


10+ 


10+ 


49 Kottur 


50.18 






Uninhabited 








Patti Pa&gdi 
















50 Kalvapalle 


304.73 


178 


990 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


51 Durgaram 


211.25 






Uninhabited 









37 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest 


Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 


-> any place of tion 
religious , Code 
historical or No. 
archaeological 














vation 


interest 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


KR 


Manthani 62 


Rice 


ljQ10.90 


T (43-30) 


291.78 


50.18 


26 






Jo war 




TK (43.30) 








KR 


Manthani 66 


ED Rice 


295-01 


T (25-90) 


114.52 


36.42 


TI 27 






Jo war 




TK (25-90) 
















Uninhabited 






28 


KR 


Manthani 64 


Rice 


64.35 


T (58.68) 


218.93 


125.86 


29 






Jo war 




TK (58.68) 








KR 


Manthani 58 


Rice 


40.47 


. 


82-55 


4.05 


30 






Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 62 


Rice 


40-47 




40.47 


33.99 


31 






Jowar 




















Uninhabited 






32 


KR 


Manthani 64 


Rice 


143.26 


T (16.19) 


26.30 


20-23 


33 






Jowar 




TK (16.19) 








KR 


Manthani 64 


ED Rice 


240.79 


T (12.95) 


219.74 


45.73 


34 






Jowar 




TK (12.95) 
















Uninhabited 






35 










Uninhabited 






36 


KR 


Mantham 64 


ED Rice 




T (31.97) 


19-42 


26.30 


37 






Jowar 




TK (31.97) 








KR 


Manthani 64 


Rice 


506.26 




234.31 174.82 


118.98 


38 






Jowar 












PR 


Manthani 64 


EA Rice 


^ f 


" 


307.56 


194.65 


N150:C6:M6:T8 39 






Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 68 


ED Rice 


.. 


T (67-99) 


237.55 


171.18 


N3:C1:M1 40 






Jowar 




TK'(67-99) 






, 


KR 


Yellandu 68 


ED Rice 


f m 


T (50.18) 


484.81 400.64 


111.29 


41 






Jowar 




TK (50.18) 
















Uninhabited 






42 


KR 


Manthani 54 


Rice 


44-92 




84-99 


42.49 


43 






Jowar 












KR 


Manthani 52 


Rice 


143-26 


T (11.33) 


82.96 


40-47 


44 






Jowar 




TK (11.33) 








KR 


Manthani 54 


Rice 


47-35 


T (2.43) 


125-86 10.92 


40.47 


45 






Jowar 




TK (2.43) 
















Uninhabited 






46 










Uninhabited 






,47 


KR 


Manthani 50 


Rice 


2974.43 




125.85 155.80 


8-09 


48 






Jowar 






* 














1 Uninhabited 






49 


KR 


Manthani 48 


ED Rice 







199-51 48-56 


56,66 


50 






Jowar 




















Uninhabited 






51 



38 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 




VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca* Avji* <* 
tioa Name of village oftbe Population 


^S^e^^Ss!!? 


^^^^+j^.^fS^ 


j^ hectares) House- Popula- E<3 


lucational Medical Drinking 1 


'eTegrTpl. Jay's of SST 


holds tion 


(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 






market, station, 






if any Waterway) 


m (2) (3) HA) (4B) 


(5) (6) (7> 


(8) (9) (10) 


52 Medaram 62-32 


. Uninhabited 




(Sammakajatra) 
53 Oorettam 239.17 103 505 


p 10+ W 


PO .. 10+ 


54 Kanneboinapalle 20.64 41 159 


P 10+ W 


-5 -. 10+ 


55 Adharvai 687.15 
56 Buduguvanipabad 2.43 
57 Jampangavai 152-97 5 14 


Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 
5-10 5-10 W 


5-10 .. 10+ 


58 Medaram 150-14 165 640 


p 5-10 HP 


5-10 .. 10+ 


Patti Chalvai 
59 Padigapuram 108.46 49 272 


.5 -5 W 


-5 .. 10+ 


Patti Pangdi 
60 Takkalagudem 4.45 
61 Narlapuram 447.18 117 557 


Uninhabited 
P PHC WTK 


PO .. It 


62 Elbak 378.78 233 839 


P -5 W 


-5 .. 5-10 


63 Venglapuram 221.36 64 272 


p -5 W 


.5 .. 5-10 


64 Venkatapuram 186.96 


Uninhabited 




Patti Chalvai 
65 Dammakkapalle 28.33 


Uninhabited 


5-10 


66 Gonepalle 58.68 43 195 


-5 -5 W 




67 Nimmakayalanagaram NA. 
68 Kondapartby 414.80 24 110 


Uninhabited 
5-10 W 


5-10 .. BS 

^ 


69 Bodigudem 65.56 
70 Maredigudem 12.95 
71 Kamaram Patti Tadyai 550*78 130 635 


Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 
10+ W 


1 

PO - 5-10 


72 Sbahpalle 646.69 151 600 


P 10+ W 


PO .. - 5 


73 Theegalvai 2.43 
74 Chmtagudam 242*00 


Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 




Patti Ekkala Duwur 




"RS 


75 Cbinaboinapalle 577.89 145 749 


P 10+ W 


PO ,. ** 


76 Algupalle 1,117,33 

ni ** _jg. M *>fl*'i f%7 ^S 


Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 





Patti Eturnagaram 
78 Ramannagudam 4.86 

Patti Eturnagaram 



261 1.421 



-5 



W 



PO 



39 



DIRECTORY 












and Land use 


ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 








in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 


Power 


Staple 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- 


" " " ' |M ' -- \ any place of 
Culturable Area not religious , 


tion 
Code 


to village and distance 


supply 


food 


by source gated 


waste available historical or 


No. 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- archaeological 












vation interest 




(") (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) (17) 


(18) (19) (20) 


(1) 








Uninhabited 




52 


KR Manthani 50 


ED 


Rice 


32.38 .. 154.18 


18.21 34.40 


53 






Jowar 








KR Manthani 52 


, , 


Rice 




18.62 2-02 


54 






Jowar 














Uninhabited 




55 








Uninhabited 




56 


KR Manthani 54 


. 


Rice 


128-69 


16.19 8-09 


57 






Jowar 








KR Manthani 64 


ED 





12.14 .. 93.48 


32-38 12.14 


58 


KR Warangal 109 


EDi 


Rice 


16.59 .. 80.94 


10.93 


59 




EAG 


Jowar 














Uninhabited 




60 


KR Warangal 96 


ED 


Rice 


80.84 T (68.80) 273.16 


8.09 16-19 N3 


61 






Jowar 


TK (68.80) 






KR Warangal 101 


ED 


Rice 


352.07 


26.30 


62 






Jowar 








KR Warangal 96 


ED 


Rice 


52.61 T (0.81) 156.61 


8.09 3.24 


63 






Jowar 


TK (0.81) 












Uninhabited 




64 








Uninhabited 




65 


KR Warangal 192 


ED 


Rice 


4.05 .. 50.58 


4.05 


66 






Jowar 














Uninhabited 




67 


PR Warangal 101 


w f 


Rice 


364.21 ., 31.97 


4.04 14.16 


68 






Jowar 














Uninhabited 




69 








Uninhabited 




70 


KR Warangal 93 


ED 


Rice 


144.87 T (72.84) 265.87 


10-92 55.03 


71 






Jowar 


TK (72.84) 






KR Warangal 115 


ED 


Rice 


320.10 T (133.95) 48.56 


143.25 


7 ^ 






Jowar 


TK (133.95) 












Uninhabited 




73 








Uninhabited 




74 


PR Warangal 107 


ED 


Rice 


333.46 T (23.06) 53-01 


166.32 


75 






Jowar 


TK (23.06) 












Uninhabited . 




76 








Uninhabited 




77 


KR Warangal 108 




Rice 


* * 


.2.83 2,03 


78 






Jowar 









40 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 
No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 














if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) (9) 


(10) , 


79 Papkapur 


745.02 


19 


88 


-5 5-10 


W 


~5 


5-10 


80 Koyagudem 


601.36 


117 


567 


P 5-10 


R 


-5 


5-10 


81 Ellapuram 


38.85 






Uninhabited 








82 Gogupalle 


151.35 


64 


345 


P 10+ 


W 


5-10 


5-10 


83 Sivapuram 


248.07 


113 


470 


P 10+ 


W 


5-10 


5-10 


84 Peda Venkatapuram 


229.86 


45 


184 


-5 10+ 


W 


-5 


-5 


85 Chinna Venkatapuram 


59.49 






Uninhabited 








86 Lingapuram 


1.21 






Uninhabited 








87 Chirragudam 


19.02 






Uninhabited 








88 Kamalapuram 


2*061.46 


1,022 


4,384 


P(2) -5 


W 


POTO 


BS 


89 Mangapet (Podmur) 


1,456-06 


446 


2,096 


P,M,H PHC 


W 


PC 


BS 


90 Tondial Laxmipur 


2,061-06 


56 


231 


P 5-10 


W 


5-10 


5-10 


91 Komatpalle 


3.700-03 


288 


1,241 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


92 Cheerupalle 


6*627.92 


650 


3,052 


P(2) 5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


Kothapet 
















93 Narsapur (Mangapet) 


571.82 


357 


1,821 


PM ,-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


94 Thimampet 


1,039.23 


426 


2,270 


P,M,H -5 


W 


PO 


-5 


95 Mallur 


2*201.08 


236 


1,201 


P(2) RP,NH 


W 


PO 


5-10 


96 Chunchupalle 


961.53 


350 


1,593. 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


97 Narasimhasagaram 


2.43 


363 


1,638 


P(2) 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


98 Poreddipalle 


159.76 


42 


240 


P 10+ 


WTK 


5-10 


10+ 


99 Barlaguda 


347-62 






Uninhabited 








100 Ramacbandrunipet 


1.198.68 


278 


1,319 


P 10+ 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


101 Wadagudam 


666.11 


326 


1,654 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


Patti Rajupet 
















102 Ramanakkapet 


153.38 






Uninhabited 








103 Oollagudam 


111.29 






Uninhabited 








104 Jtajupet** 


712,24 


387 


1 ,928 


P RP(4), 


w,o 


PO 


10+ 



o 



41 



DIRECTORY 
and Land nse 


ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 

snv 'nlflf*^ of tinn 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 
vation 


\ ally plctU-O \Ji iivJi-i 

religious , Code 
historical or No. 
archaeological 
interest 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


KR 


Warangal 118 


ED, 


Rice 


363-00 T (57.87) 


297.44 


25.90 


79 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK(57-87) 








KR 


Warangal 121 


ED, 


Rice 




319.70 257-78 


23.06 


Tl 80 






EAG 


Jowar 


















Uninhabited 






81 


KR 


Warangal 110 


ED 


Rice 


72.84 T (59.08) 


10.92 


7.69 


82 








Jowar 


TK (59.08) 








KR 


Warangal 109 


ED 


Rice 


161.87 T (60.30) 


10.11 


15.38 


83 








Jowar 


TK (60.30) 








KR 


Warangal 117 


ED 


Rice 


149.73 T (4.04) 


67.58 0.41 


7.69 


84 








Jowar 


TK (4.04) 
















Uninhabited 






85 










Uninhabited 






86 










Uninhabited 






87 


PR 


Warangal 122 


ED 


Rice 


1,092.65 T (77.29) 


659.23 21.45 


210,44 


N20:C6:M30: 88 








Jowar 


TK (77.29) 






T32 


PR 


Warangal 134 


ED 


Rice 


768.90 T (74.86) 


342-76 228.64 


40.47 


N50:M5;T4 89 








Jowar 


TK (74-86) 








KR 


Warangal 132 


ED 


Rice 


1,861.55 T (47.75) 


69.61 41-68 


40.47 


90 








Jowar 


.. TK (47.75) 








KR 


Warangal 142 


f ^ 


Rice 


T (42.89) 


1 5 807. 72 971.24 


820-29 


Nl 91 








Jowar 


TK (42.89) 








KR 


Warangal 144 





Rice 


5,586.26 T (382-02) 


513-95 8.09 


136^78 


Tl 92 








Jowar 


TK (382-02) 








KR 


Warangal 136 


t ^ 


Rice 


T. (152.97) 


278.82 18.21 


121 .40 


N6:M1:T5 93 








Jowar 


TK (152.97) 








KR 


Warangal 147 


.. 


Rice 


146-49 T (195.46) 


657 20 24.28 


13.35 


N5:T3 94 








Jowar 


TK (195.46) 








KR 


Warangal 130 


ED, 


Rice 


Particulars not 


available 




N5 95 






EO 


Jowar 










KR 


Warangal 148 


. ^ 


Rice 


667.73 T (38.04) 


230.67 


2.43 


Ml:T2 96 








Jowar 


TK (38.04) 








KR 


Warangal 147 


f m 


Rice 





* 


2,43 


Tl 97 








Jowar 










KR 


Warangal 150 


.. 


Rice 


T (27.92) 


202.34 38.44 


82.15 


Tl 98 








Jowar 


TK (27.92) 
















Uninhabited 






99 


KR 


Warangal 150 


^ 


Rice 


364-21 T (154.59) 


493.71 80.93 


103.560 


100 








Jowar 


TK (154.59) 








KR 


Warangal 157 


ED 


Rice 


T(65.15) 


586.79 


12-14 


NI:T1 101 








Jowar 


TK (65,15) 
















Uninhabited 






102 


* 








Uninhabited 






103 


KR 


Warangal 150 


f % 


Rice 


4-05 T (48.56) 


416.82 


242.81 


N10:T1 104 








Jowar 


TK (48*56) 









42 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion Name of village 
y~i_ j_ 


of the 


Population 


nearest place where the facility available'is given) 


Code 
No, 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 




the stop, Railway 
















market, station, 
















if any Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) (10) 


105 Kattigudam 


604.19 


109 


535 


P -5 


W 


PC 


10+ 


106 Akinepalle Mallaram 


571.82 


114 


615 


P 5-10 


WR 


PO 


10+ 


107 Brahmanapalle 


154.59 


89 


499 


P -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


108 Bandarugudem 


416.02 


35 


155 


-5 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


109 Ladakgudam 


52.20 






Uninhabited 








110 Domeda 


4*798.35 


204 


1,049 


P 5-10, 


WTK 


PO 


10+ 


111 Rangapuram 


374.74 


65 


375 


P 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


Patti Annaram 
















112 Kamsettigudam 


11-74 






Vninhabited 








113 Veerapuram 


138.81 


49 


223 


-5 10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


114 Beerelli 


1,314.82 


130 


630 


P 10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


115 Nimmagudam 


N.A. 






Uninhabited 








116 Vellapuram 


698.89 


27 


116 


P 10+ 


WT 


-5 


10+ 


(Ashannaguda) 
















117 Kamaram 


163-09 


23 


82 


-5 10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


Patti Annaram 
















118 Venkannagudam 


24.69 






Uninhabited 








119 Ankampalle 


1 >701.29 


31 


152 


-5 10+ 


W 


, -5 


-5 


120 Kowsettivai 


412.78 


13 


63 


-5 10+ 


O 


5-10 


10+ 


121 Rampur 


57.47 






Uninhabited 








Patti Annaram 
















122 Keshavapur 


11.74 






Uninhabited 








123 Gowraram 


N.A. 






Uninhabited 








Patti Annaram 
















124 Narasapuram 


' 31.97 


88 


449 


P(2) -5 


W,TK 


5-10 


10+ 


Patti Annaram 
















125 Katnarasapuram 


36-83 


1 


4 


-5 -5 


O 


5-10 


10+ 


126 Pambapuram 


984.19 


98 


490 


P -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


127 Damervai 


850.65 


104 


480 


P -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 






\ 












128 Katapuram 


239.98 


403 


2,014 


P,M 


W 


PO 


10+ 


129 Uppukunta 


38.45 






Uninhabited 








130 Singaram 


52.61 


8 


29 


-5 -5 


WHP 


-5 


10+ 



Patti Annaram 



43 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Krns.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest 


Irrigated 
by source 


- ' i - ... ^ tiuy piavc; \ji nv.u 

Unirri- Culturable Area not religious, Code 
gated waste available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) 


(20) (1) 


KR 


Warangal 


152 


Rice 


182. 


10 


T (13.35) 


317- 


27 


70.82 20.23 


105 














TK (13-35) 












KR 


Warangal 


J64 


Rice 




t f 


T (18.62) 


511. 


52 


41. 


68 


N5:T5 106 














TK (18.62) 






* 






KR 


Warangal 


149 


Rice 




, 9 


T (4.04) 


89.03 


54.63 6.47 


107 








Jowar 






TK (4-04) 












KR 


Warangal 


147 


Rice 


364- 


22 


mm 


29- 


94 


5.67 16- 


19 


108 








Jowar 































Uninhabited 










109 


KR 


Warangal 


130 


Rice 


4,046- 


85 


T (135.98) 


246.45 


279.23 89.84 


no 








Jowar 






TK (135.98) 












KR 


Warangal 


112 


Rice 


264. 


66 


T (15.38) 


53. 


42 


41- 


28 


111 








Jowar 






TK (15.38) 
























Uninhabited 










112 


KR 


Warangal 


115 


Rice 


72- 


84 


T (13.76) 


44.51 


7. 


28 


113 








Jowar 






TK (13.76) 












KR 


Warangal 


126 


Rice 


1,026. 


68 


T (76.08) 


187. 


77 


23. 


47 


114 








Jowar 






TK (76.08) 
























Uninhabited 










115 


KR 


Warangal 


126 


Rice 


625. 


24 


mm 


72. 


44 


0. 


40 


116 








Jowar 


















KR 


Warangal 


126 


Rice 


128- 


69 


* . 


31. 


97 


2.02 0. 


41 


117 








Jowar 






























Uninhabited 










118 


KR 


Warangal 


123 


Rice 


1,618. 


73 


T (7.69) 


19. 


42 


14. 


16 


119 








Jowar 






TK (7-69) 












KR 


Warangal 


122 


Rice 


350. 


05 


f m 


62. 


32 


0. 


41 


120 














Uninhabited 










121 














Uninhabited 










122 














Uninhabited 










123 


KR 


Warangal 


95 


Rice 






T (0.40) 


31. 


16 


0.41 


124 








Jowar 






TK (0.40) 












KR 


Warangal 


122 


Rice 


..* .. 36.42 


0. 


41 


125 








Jowar 


















KR 


Warangal 


124 


Rice 


766- 


87 


T (18.61) 


193. 


44 


4- 


85 


126 








Jowar 






TK (18-61) 












KR 


Warangal 


120 


Rice 


590. 


43 


T (32-78) 


203. 


55 


23. 


06 


127 








Jowar 






TK (32.78) 












KR 


Warangal 


118 


Rice 


15, 


78 


T (141*64) 


55. 


84 - 


26.30 


128 








Jowar 






TK (141.64) 


















* ^ " 






Uninhabited 











129 


KR 


Warangal 


128 


Rice 


17- 


81 


25.30 


8.09 


130 








Jowar 



















44 













VILLAGE 


WARANGAL DISTRICT 


Amenities 






Total number of 


Amenities available (if not available within 


the village, the distance 


Loca- 


Total area 


Households and 


in broad ranges viz. , 


5Kms.,5-10Kms. 


andlO + Kms.ofthe 


tion Name of village 


of the 


population 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


i 




i 




^>UU v 

No. 


hectares) 


House- Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and 


Day or Communica- 






holds tion 


water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 










(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 












market, station, 












if any Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


T4A) (4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) (8) 


(9) (10) 


131 Bhupatipuram 


94.70 


46 206 


-5 -5 


W -5 


10+ 


132 Annaram 


381-62 


27 135 


-5 . -5 


W PO 


10+ 


133 Gangaram 


167.94 


86 433 


P 5-10 


WR PO 


10+ 


Patti Annaram 












134 Laxmipuram 


97-12 




Uninhabited 






Patti Annaram. 












135 Sattaram 


4.86 


8 26 


-5 -5 


-5 


10+ 


136 Immadigudem 


215.70 




Uninhabited 






13,7 Ramannagudem 


463.36 




Uninhabited 






Patti Annaram 












138 Gopaigudam 


N.A- 




Uninhabited 






139 Padigapuram 


80.94 




Uninhabited 






Patti Annaram 












1.40 Kishtapuram 


2.43 




Uninhabited 






141 Tadvai 


299.47 


222 1.110 


P>M,H PHS 


W ' PO 


BS 


142 Chennapuram 


N-A. 




Uninhabited 






143 Banjar Yellapur 


107. 17 




Uninhabited 






144 Kondalanagaram 


N.A. 




Uninhabited 






145 Somaigudam 


N.A. 




Uninhabited 






146 Chouled 


33.59 


17 90 


5-10 5-10 


O 5-10 


10+ 


147 Timmanitogu 


N.A. 




Uninhabited 






148 Motlagudem 


95.10 




Uninhabited 






Patti Lingal 












149 Pochapur 


69L20 


10 51 


5-10 10+ 


W 10+ 


10+ 


150 Bollepalle 
Patti Lingal 


757.57 


32 139 


-5 ' 10+ 


W 10+ 


10+ 


151 Alligudam 


71.22 


20 96 


-5 10+ 


W 10+ 


10+ 


152 Narsapuram 
Patti Lingal 


175.63 


15 68 


P 10+ 


W,0 10+ 


1+ 


153 Kondaiguda 


36.02 




Uninhabited 






154 Lingal 


1>632.90 


98 474 


P 10+ 


W PO 


10+ 


155 Chintalkatapur 


396.19 




Uninhabited 






156 Vaddagudem 
Patti Lingal 


10.52 




Uninhabited 






157 Bandal 


2,728.79 


39 185 


10+ 10+ 


W>TK 10+ 


10+ 


158 Lavval 


6.47 


14 54 


10+ JO+ 


W 10+ 


10+ 


159 Wadagudem 
Patti Bandal 


20.64 


17 94 


10+ 10+ 


; W>HP 10+ 


10+ 



45 



DIRECTORY 










and Land use 












ETURNAGARAM TALUK 







- 






Land use (i.e., area 


under different types of land use Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


N any place 01 
Unirri- Culturable Area not religious, 
gated waste available historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 








for culti- archaeological 










vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 120 


Rice 




19.83 72.44 1.62 


131 




Jowar 








KR Warangal 110 


Rice 


75.27 T (174.01) 


80.12 12.54 39.26 


132 




Jowar 


TK (174-01) 






KR Warangal 130 


Rice 


48.96 T (40-47) 


69.20 0-81 8.09 


133 




Jowar 


TK (40.47) 










Uninhabited 




134 


KR Warangal 120 


Rice 


1-62 


3.24 


135 




Jowar 












Uninhabited 




136 






Uninhabited 




137 






Uninhabited 




138 






Uninhabited 




139 







Uninhabited 




140 


PR Warangal 88 


ED Rice 


149,33 T (8-09) 


75-27 25.09 40-87 N4 


141 




Jowar 


TK (8.09) 










Uninhabited 




142 






Uninhabited 




143 






Uninhabited 




144 






Uninhabited 




145 


KR Warangal 125 


Jowar 


.. 


30-35 2.83 0.41 


146 






Uninhabited 




147 






Uninhabited 




148 


KR Warangal 115 


Rice 


679.87 T (2.02) 


8.90 .. 0.41 


149 




Jowar 


TK (2.02) 






KR Warangal 88 


Rice 


669-35 T (5.26) 


8-94 .. 2.02 


150 




Jowar 


TK (5.26) 






KR Warangal 112 


Rice 


6.88 


60.70 .. 3.64 


151 




Jowar 








KR Warangal 122 


Rice 


T (78.51) 


86.20 10.11 0,81 


152 




Jowar 


TK (78.51) 










Uninhabited 




153 


KR Warangal 98 


Rice 


1,505,02 T(31.16) 


80.94 .. 15.78 


154 




Jowar 


TK (31.16) 










Uninhabited 




155 






Uninhabited 




156 


KR Warangal 78 


Jowar 


2*707-75 


21.04 


157 


KR Warangal 80 


Jowar 


1.62 


4-04 0.81 


158 


KR Waradgal 82 


Jowar 


5.67 T (8.09) 


4.05 ... 2.83 


159 



TK (8.09) 



46 









VILLAGE 


WARANGAL DISTRICT 


Amenities 






Total number of 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 


Loca- 


Total area 


Households and 


in broad ranges viz., 5Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms, of the 


tion Name of village 


of the 


Population 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


iri i ii[ 1 1 t _ 


, 


No. 


hectares) 


House- Popula- 


Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 






holds tion 


water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 








(Potable) the stop. Railway 








market, station, 








if any Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) (4B) 


(5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 


160 Kothagudem 


4.86 




Uninhabited 


Patti Lingal 








161 Madharam 


174.01 




Uninhabited 


162 Bhittupalle 


668.13 


43 226 


P 10+ W 10+ ... 10+ 


163 Ranbandala 


N.A. 




Uninhabited 


164 Ankannagudem 


33.18 


82 354 


P 10+ W PO .. 10+ 



47 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 



ETURNAGARAM TALUK 



Approach 
to village 



(11) 



Nearest town 

and distance 

(in Kms.) 



(12) 



Power Staple 
supply food 



(13) (14) 



Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 

< * 



Forest 



(15) 



Irrigated 
by source 



(16) 



Unirri- 
gated 



(17) 



Culturable 
waste 



(18) 



Remarks 
including 
any place of 
religious, 
historical or 



Area not 
available 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 



(19) 



(20) 



Loca- 
tion 
Code 
No. 



(1) 



KR Warangal 93 
KR Warangal 80 



ED 



Jowar 



Rice 
Jowar 



617.55 



Uninhabited 

Uninhabited 

T (40.47) 
TK (40.47) 

Uninhabited 



28.33 



10.11 



4.85 



160 

161 
162 

163 
164 



GUDUR TALUK 








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,'os Xis.l 

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1 


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/ 


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^fcM ~ 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

GUDUR TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

CD (2) 

93 Adivarampet 
85 Ainepalle 
16 Ankannaguda 

111 Arapanpalle 
9 Asurvelli 

104 Ayodhyapur 

78 Bakkachintalapad 
75 Bathulapalle 
70 Bavurgonda 
72 Bhupalapatnam 
92 Bhupathipet 
106 Bollepalle 
49 Bothawaniguda 
84 Budhraopet 

82 Chinna Yellapur 
67 Chintaguda 

12 Dabirpet 

114 Dameravancha 

42 Devavaram 

90 Dharmaraopet 

48 Doravari Vempalle 

21 Dubbaguda 

51 Durgaram 

35 Enchaguda 

76 Eswaraguda 

103 Gajulagattu 

71 Gangaram 

117 Gopalpur 

3 Govindapur 

54 Govindapuram 

105 Gudur 

32 Gundam 

101 Gundenaga 

7 Gundlapahad 

52 .Gundrepalle 

81 Gunjed 

109 Intikanne 

23 Ippala Pegadapur 

124 Irkulakunta 

,11 Itikalpalle 



1981 
Location Name of Village 



Code No. 


(1) 


(2) 


30 


Jalbanda 


46 


Jangalpalle 


62 


Jangalpalle 


24 


Jangamwariguda 


22 


Kamaram 


2 


Kannaraopet 


123 


Karlai 


43 


Karnegandi 


66 


Katrenam 


110 


Katrepalle 


95 


Keshwapatnam 


31 


Khanapur 


79 


Kistapur 


126 


Kodisalmitta 


69 


Komatlaguda 


15 


Konapur 


13 


Kondapur 


121 


Kongaragidda 


59 


Kothagudem 


60 


Kothapalle 


89 


Kothoor 


25 


Kundanpalle 


115 


Macherla 


73 


Madigudem 


102 


Madnapur 


45 


Mahadevuniguda 


20 


Mamidigudem 


53 


Manchanpalle 


83 


Mangalwarpet 


44 


Marriguda 


98 


Matveeraram 


120 


Matwada 


10 


Medapalle 


57 


Mokkallapalle 


34 


Murraiguda 


50 


Musmi 


58 


Mylaram 


4 


Nagarajpalle 


.108 


Nagaram 


112 


Naikpalle 


68 


Narsuguda 


37 


Neelampalle 


122 


Neelvancha 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No, 

(1) (2) 



65 


Oorabaka 


26 


Ootai 


29 


Pakhal (Ashoknagar) 


127 


Pandem 


97 


Papaipet 


47 


Pedda Yellapuram 


55 


Pegadapalle 


33 


Po char am 


56 


Pogallapalle 


77 


Polaram 


96 


Pongode 


18 


Poongonda 


14 


Pothapur 


64 


Putlabhupathi 


86 


Ragampet 


107 


Rajanpalle 


19 


Ramaram 


1 


Ramateerthara 


8 


Rampur 


17 


Rampur 


41 


Rangappaguda 


88 


Rangapur 


61 


Routuguda 


6 


Rudraguda 


38 


Rudravaram 


27 


Sadireddipalle 


5 


Shangaram 


94 


Sitanagar 


116 


Tatwari Vempalle 


113 


Teegalveni 


28 


Timmapur 


125 


Timmapur 


99 


Timtnarainpad 


74 


Tirmalgandi 


87 


Tungabandam 


80 


Upparaguda 


119 


Utla 



36 Vajjavanignda 

91 Vangapet 

118 Veerampet 

63 Velballe 

39 Yedulapalle 
100 Yellaiguda 

40 Yerravaram 



49 



50 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., - 5 Kms. t 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical Drinking 
water 


Post and 
Telegraph 


Day or 
days of 


'"\ 

Communica- 
tions (Bus 










(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 














market , 


station, 


0) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) (7) 


(8) 


if any 

(9) 


Waterway] 
(10) 


1 Ramateertham 


299.47 


192 


983 


P 5-10 W 


-5 


- n i ,,_ 
10+ 


- ... 
BS 


2 Kannaraopet 


728.84 


134 


704 


P 5-10 W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


3 Govindapur 


4,159.35 


328 


1,660 


P 5-10 W 


-5 


10+ 


. 5-10 


4 Nagarajpalle 


563.73 


136 


651 


P -5 W 


5-10 


10+ 


-5 


5 Shangaram 


801.68 ' 


,314 


1,526 


P(2) -5 W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


6 Rudraguda 


459.32 


395 


1,866 


PM CHW W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


7 Gundlapahad 


781.04 


348 


1,616 


P -5 W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


8 Rampur 


496- 14 


378 


1,727 


PM,H 5-10 W,HP 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


9 Asurvelli 
10 Medapalle 


212-46 
878- 17 


358 


1,871 


Uninhabited 
P,M,H 5-10 W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


11 Itifcalpallc 


1)313.20 


614 


3,205 


P 5-10 W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


12 Dabirpet 


151,35 


107 


484 


P 5-10 W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


13 Kondapur 


172.40 


70 


275 


5-10 10+ W*HP 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


14 Pothapur 


303.92 


62 


281 


10-f 104- W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


15 Konapur 


171.18 


108 


493 


P 10+ W,HP 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


16 Ankannaguda 


79.32 


15 


74 


5-10 10+ W,HP 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


17 Rampur 
18 Poongonda 


496.14 
235-12 


72 


348 


Uninhabited 

P 1ft_J^ \ff TTT 









10+ 10+ 



10+ 



51 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 










GUDUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 


Power Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- Culturable Area not 


any place 01 tion 
religious, Code 


o village and distance 


supply food 


by source 


gated waste 


available 


historical or No. 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- 


archaeological 










vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


' (20) (1) 


PR Warangal 18 


Rice 


T (37-23) 


140.83 10.93 


110-48 


1 




Jowar 


TK (36.82) 












W (0.41) 








KR Warangal 16 


Rice 


T(31.57) 


193-04 205-98 


298.25 


2 




Jowar 


TK (31.57) 








KR Warangal 16 


Rice 


3502.55 T (18.21) 


562-11 72.03 


4.45 


3 




Jowar 


W (16.18) 












TK (2.03) 








KR Warangal 18 


Rice 


T (176-44) 


208.42 84.98 


93.89 


4 




Jowar 


TK (165.11) 












W (11.33) 








,PR Warangal 16 


Rice 


T (34.80) 


704.15 56.66 


6.07 


5 




Jowar 


W (33.18) 












TK (1.21) 












GC (0.41) 








PR Warangal 22 


EA Rice 


T (54.23) 


369.48 6.88 


28.73 


6 




Jowar 


W (49.78) 












WE (4.05) 












TK (0.40) 








PR Warangal 24 


ED Rice 


.. T (182.11) 


503.83 87.00 


8.10 


7 




Jowar 


TK (161-87) 












W (10.12) 












R (6.07) 












(4-05) 








KR Warangal 22 


EA Rice 


T (162.68) 


129.50 54.23 


149.73 


8 




Jowar 


TK (162.68) 












Uninhabited 






9 


PR Warangal 22 


ED Rice 


T (105.22) 


614-72 20,23 


138.00 


10 




Jowar 


TK (93.08) 












W (12.14) 








PR Warangal 26 


Rice 


373.12 T (175.63) 




764.45 


11 




Jowar 


TK (175.63) 








KR Warangal 26 


Rice 


T (37.64) 


71.22 31.57 


10.92 


12 




Jowar 


TK (37,64) 








KR Warangal 18 


Rice 


T (28.73) 


93.89 20.24 


29.54 


13 




Jowar 


TK (22.66) 












W (6.07) 








. KR Warangal 24 


Rice 


34.80 T (32.78) 


61.92 9-71 


164.71 


14 




Jowar 


TK (32.78) 








KR Warangal 30 


Rice 


T (68-80) 


44.92 


57.46 


15 




Jowar 


TK (68-80) 








KR Warangal 36 


Rice 


T (13.'35) 


48.56 16.19 


1.22 


16 




Jowar 


TK (13.35) 












Uninhabited 






17 


KR Yellandu 30 


ED Rice 


T(21.45) 


189.39 


24.28 


18 




Jowar 


TK (21*04) 


* 










W (0.41) 









52 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 

/-V^ J_ 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 
No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


19 Ramaram . 


9-71 


9 


44 


5-10 10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


20 Mamidigudem 


307,16 


40 


211 


5-10 10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


21 Dubbaguda 


70-42 


'41 


199 


10+ 10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


22 Kamaram 


148.92 


68 


378 


P 10+ 


W,HP 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


23 Ippala Pegadapur 


56.66 






Uninhabited 










24 Jangainwariguda 


220.96 


167 


716 


P 5-10 


W,HP 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


25 Kundanpalle 


193.84 


37 


163 


-5 5-10 


W,HP, 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 












TK: 








26 Ootai 


362.60 


299 


1,475 


P -5 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


27 Sadireddipalle 


594.89 


251 


1,341 


P MCW, 


W>HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 










RP,SMP, 


















CHW 










28 Timmapur 


85-39 


46 


213 


P -5 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


29 Pakhal (Ashoknagar) 


1,575,44 


886 


4,179 


P,M RP 


W,HP 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 














Phone 






30 Jalbanda 


781-85 






Uninhabited 










31 Khanapur 


2,167.09 


1,088 


5,227 


P,M,AC O 


W,HP 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 














Phone 






32 Gundam" 


129.50 


77 


361 


-5 -5 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


33 Pocharam 


1,279.21 


7 


9 


5-10 5-10 


w 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


34 Murraiguda 


57.87 


42 


262 


5-10 5-10 


w 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 










i 










35 Enchaguda 


74.87 


139 


718 


P CHW, 


W,HP, 


5-10 


5-10 


10+ 










SMP,O 











36 Vijjavaniguaa 


9*71 






Uninhabited 










37 Neelanipalle 


16-19 


29 


130 


-5 -5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


38 Rttdravaram 


42.08 






Uninhabited 










39 Yedulapalle 


72.03 


141 


627 


P 5-10 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 



40 Yerravarain 



135.57 



19 103 



-5 ,5-10 W,HP 



-5 10+ 



10+ 



53 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GUDUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 


Power Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- Culturable Area not religious. 


tion 
Code 


to village and distance 


supply food 


by source 


gated' 


waste available historical or 


No. 


(in Kms.) 








for cult!- archaeological 












vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


KR Yellandu26 


Rice 


* 


8.09 


1-62 


19 




Jowar 










KR Yellandu 26 


Rice 


T (6.48) 


59.08 


241.60 


20 




Jowar 


TK (6-48) 








KR Yellandu 24 


Rice 


T (17.40) 


44.11 


8-91 


21 




Jowar 


TK (17-40) 








KR Yellandu 30 


Rice 


T (21.04) 


99-55 


28.33 


22 




Jowar 


TK (21-04) 












Uninhabited 






23 


KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T (10.93) 


105.62 


5.26 99.15 


24 




Jowar 


TK (10-12) 












W (0.81) 








KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T (61.11) 


89.43 


43.30 


25 




. Jowar 


TK (61-11) 








KR Warangal 32 


Rice 


.. T (167. 14) 


67-99 


74.46 53.01 


26 




Jowar 


TK (167.14) 








PR Warangal 30 


Rice 


222.58 T (164.71) 


205-58 


2.02 


27 




Jowar 


TK (164-71) 








KR Warangal 28 


Rice 


T (29.95) 


3P.25 


15-78 0.41 .. 


28 




Jowar 


TK (29-95) 








PR Warangal 36 


ED Rice 


918.23 T (171.99) 


118.57 


196.68 169-97 


2* 




Jowar 


TK (171.99) 












Uninhabited 






30 


PR Warangal 36 


EA Rice 


756.36 T (1,212,84) 


37.23 


160.66 


11 




Jowar 


TK (1*212-84) 








KR Warangal 36 


Rice 


T(46.13) 


23.07 


60.30 


32 




Jowar 


TK (46. 13) 








KR Warangal 38 


Rice 


1,232.26 


46.14 


0.81 


33 




Jowar 










KR Warangal 38 


Rice 


T (17.81) 


32.78 


7.28 


34 




Jowar 


TK (17.81) 








KR Warangal 36 


Rice 


T (18.21) 


44.52 


7.69 4-05 


35 




Jowar 


TK (16.19) 












W (2-02) 












Uninhabited 






36 


KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T(6.07) 


8-09 


2.03 


37 




Jowar 


TK (5.67) 












W (0.40) 












Uninhabited 






38 


KR Warangal 40 


.. Rice 


T (52.61) 


11.33 


8.09 


39 




Jowar 


TK (48.56) 












W (4.05) 








KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T (31-57) 


34.40 


40.87 2S-73 


40 




Jowar 


TK (30.76) 












W(0.81) 









54 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges vi2., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion 

PrvH 


Name of village 


of the 


Population 

f 


nearest place 


where the facility available is given) 


V^l/vl 

No. 


e 


village (in 
hectares) 


*- " -^ 
House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 








holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 
















(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 




















market, 


station, 




















if any 


Waterway) 


.CD 


(2) 


(3) 


<4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


41 


Rangappaguda 


66.77 


33 


139 


5-10 


5-10 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


42 


Devavararn 


91.05 


Uninhabited 


43 


Karnegandi 


51.80 


29 


132 


5-10 


10+ 


HP 


5-10 


'10+ 


10+ 


44 


Marriguda 


157.02 


70 


296 


5-10 


10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


45 


Mahadevuniguda 


90.24 


50 


237 


5-10 


10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


46 


Jangalpalle 


72.84 


48 


261 


-5 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


47 


Pedda Yellapuraiti 


59.49 


41 


196 


-5 


10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


48 


Doravari Vempalle 


65.96 


31 


156 


5-10 


10+ 


W,HP 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


49 


Botha wan iguda 


59.49 


30 


132 


-5 


10+ 


W,HP, 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 
















TK 








50 


Musmi 


161.47 


98 


493 


P 


10+ 


WHP 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 
















TK 








51 


Durgaram 


191.20 . 


79 


381 


-5 


10+ 


WR, 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 
















TK 








52 


Gundrepalle 


48-97 


37 


169 


-5 


5-10 


WTW 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


53 


Manchanpalle 


13.35 


Uninhabited 


54 


Govindapuram 


59-49 


40 


223 


P 


5-10 


W.HP 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 


55 


Pegadapalle 


900.24 


70 


325 


5-10 


5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


5-10 


56 


Pogallapalle 


397-00 


277 


1>350 


P 


5-10 


W>T 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


57 


Mokkallapalle 


64.75 


21 


120 


-5 


5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


5-10 


58 


Mylaram 


42.49 


29 


158 


-5 


-5 


WT 


-5 


-5 


-5 


59 


Kothagudem 


127.88 


229 


M03 


P(4)*M(2), 


cwc. 


WiHP 


PO 


Friday 


BS 












H(2)0 


MCW> 






















FPC,H 










60 


Kothapalle 


83.37 


68 


330 


-5 


-5 


HPT 


PO 


-5 


-5 
















TK,W 








61 


Routuguda 


23.88 


4 


29 


5-10 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10 + 


10+ 


62 


Jangalpalle 


14.16 


Uninhabited 


63 


Velballe 


396.19 


207 


930 


P 


5-10 


W>HP 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 



64 Putlabhupathi 



1*590.82 



28 



136 



5-10 



10+ W,HP 



10+ 



55 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GUDUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


^^ any place of 
Culturable Area not religious, 
waste available historical or 


tion 
Code 

No* 










for culti- archaeological 












vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T (9-31) 


49.37 


8.09 


41 




Jowar 


TK (9.31) 












Uninhabited 






42 


KR Yellandu 34 


Rice 


T (5.67) 


40.47 


5.66 


43 




Jowar 


TK (5.67) 








KR Yellandu 30 


Rice 


T (8.09) 


130.71 


12-55 


44 




Jowar 


TK (8*09) 








KR Yellandu 28 


Rice 


T(4-05) 


76.08 


10.11 


45 




Jowar 


TK (4.05) 








KR Yellandu 27 


Rice 


* 


38.45 


2.43 3L56 


46 




Jowar 










KR Yellandu 28 


Rice 


41.28 T (8.09) 


8.09 


2.03 


47 




Jowar 


TK (8.09) 








KR Yellandu 36 


Rice 


T (10-93) 


38.85 


16-18 


4S 




Jowar 


TK (10.93) 








KR Yellandu 38 


Rice 


T (9.31) 


27.11 


10.12 12.95 


49 




Jowar 


TK (9.31) 








KR Yellandu 40 


Rice 


6.88 T (54.23) 


58.27 


1.62 40-47 


50 




Jowar 


TK (54-23) 








KR Yellandu 40 


Rice 


T (34.80) 


111.29 


12.14 31.97 


51 




Jowar 


TK (34.80) 








KR Yellandu 40 


Rice 


T (12.95) 


17.00 


4-05 14,97 


52 




Jowar 


TK (12.95) 












Uninhabited 






53 


KR Warangal 42 


Rice 


T (12.14) 


24.69 


11.74 10.92 


54 




Jowar 


TK H2.14) 








KR Warangal 42 


Rice 


T (41-68) 


38.85 


9-71 


55 




Jowar 


TK (41.68) 








KR Warangal 40 


Rice 


T (214.48) 


65.56 


34.40 82.56 


56 




Jowar 


TK (214.48) 








, KR Warangal 38 


Rice 


T (7.28) 


36.43 


21.04 


57 




Jowar 


TK (7.28) 








KR Warangal 38 


Rice 


T (2.43) 


27,11 


12.95 


5S 




Jowar 


TK (2.43) 








PR Mahbubabad 38 


Rice 


T (57.87) 


44-92 


25.09 


59 




Jowar 


TK (57-47) 


* 










W (0-40) 








KR Mahbubabad 38 


Rice 


0.81 T (31.16) 


29-65 


4.05 17,40 


60 




Jowar 


TK (31.16) 








KR Mahbubabad 40 


Rice 


6,87 T (4.86) 


9m 


8.91 3.24 


61 




Jowar 


TK ^4.86) 












Uninhabited 






62 


KR Mahbubabad 42 


Rice 


82.15 T (123.84) 


149*33 


40.87 


63 




Jowar 


TK (123.84) 








KR Yellandu 34 


Rice 


1,537,80 





40.47' 8.90 


64 




Jowar 











56 



'WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 
/i j 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 

No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- Educational Medical 
tion 


Drinking Post and Day or Comrmmica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 




















if any 


waterway) 


(1) 


(2) 


<3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


65 


Oorabaka 


3-64 


Uninhabited 


66 


Katrenam 


193.84 


32 


163 


-5 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


67 


Chintaguda 


399-42 


63 


303 


-5 


10+ 


WHP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


68 


Narsuguda 


127-88 


24 


111 


-5 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


69 


Komatlaguda 


128.69 


94 


446 


P 


10+ 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


70 


Bavurgonda 


508.69 


59 


272 


-5 


10+ 


WHP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


71 


Gangaram 


1,098-31 


140 


718 


P 


10+ 


HP 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


72 


Bhupalapatnam 


11.33 


Uninhabited 


73 


Madigudem 


318.49 


160 


802 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


74 


Tirmalgandi 


1,664,47 


51 


257 


P 


10+ 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


75 


Bathulapalle 


228.65 


68 


301 


P 


10+ 


W,HP 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


76 


Eswaraguda 


23.47 


14 


67 


5-10 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 


77 


Polaram 


655.59 


33 


145 


5-10 


5-10 


W,HP, 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 
















TK 








78 


Bakkachintalapad 


54.63 


11 


49 


5-10 


5-10 


HP,TK, 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 
















W 








79 


Kistapur 


34.80 


17 


90 


5-10 


5-10 


HP, 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 
















TK,W 








80 


Upparaguda 


310.80 


Uninhabited 


81 


Gunjed 


59.08 


43 


235 


5-10 


5-10 


W,HP 


5-10 


5-10 


5-10 


82 


Chinna Yellapur 


95.91 


73 


384 


5-10 


5-10 


WHP 


5-10 


5-10 


-5 


83 


Mangalwarpet 


583.56 


544 


2,836 


P 


10+ 


W,HP t 


-5 


10+ 


BS 
















R 








84 


Budhraopet 


501.00 


805 


4,074 


P,M 


10+ 


W,HI; 


PO 


10+ , 


BS 


85 


Ainepalle 


755.95 


44 


244 


AC 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 

^ 


86 


Ragampet 


336.29 


80 


434 


-5 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


87 


Tungabandam 


1 1*297-42 


54 


277 


5-10 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


S3 


Rangapur 


187.37 V 


192 


872 


P 


O 


W,HP 


PO 


-5 


~5 



57 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GUDUR TALUK 


Land use (i .e. t area under different types of land use Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


" - * % any place of 
Culturable Area not religious, 
waste available historical or 


tion 
Code 

No. 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- archaeological 












vation interest 




(11) (12) 


03) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) (20) 


(1) 






Uninhabited 






65 


KR Yellandu 30 


Rice 


90.25 T (21.45) 


39.25 


42.89 


66 




Jowar 


TK (21.45) 








KR Yellandu 26 


Rice 


252.52 T (8.09) 


118.98 


19.83 


67 




Jowar 


TK (8.09) 








KR Yellandu 30 


Rice 


T (34.40) 


68.80 


24.68 


68 




Jowar 


TK (34.40) 








KR Yellandu 26 


Rice 


65.15 T (13.35) 


48.16 


2.03 


69 




Jowar 


TK (13.35) 








KR Yellandu 26 


Rice 


381.21 T (8.09) 


111.29 


8.10 


70 




Jowar 


TK (8-09) 








KR Yellandu 24 


Rice 


890.71 T (24.28) 


148.11 


35.21 


71 




Jowar 


TK (24.28) 












Uninhabited 




- 


72 


KR Yellandu 28 


Rice 


151-35 T (13.76) 


146.09 


7.29 


73 




Jowar 


TK (13-76) 








KR Yellandu 36 


Rice 


1*320-89 


69-20 


5.67 268-71 


74 




Jowar 










KR Yellandu 38 


Rice 


T (27.92) 


63.94 


4.05 132.74 


75 




Jowar 


TK (27.92) 








KR Mahbubabad 36 


Rice 


T (10.93) 


9m 


12-54 


76 




Jowar 


TK (10.93) 








KR Mahbubabad 38 


Rice 


615.12 ' T (3.64) 


28-33 


8.10 


77 




Jowar 


TK (3-64) 








KR Mahbubabad 36 


Rice 


T (20.23) 


23.88 


10.52 


78 




Jowar 


TK (20.23) 








KR Mahbubabad 34 


Rice 


T (4.05) 


24.28 


2.43 4.04 


79 




Jowar 


TK (4.05) 












Uninhabited 






$0 


KR Mahbubabad 28 


Rice 


., 


52.61 


6.47 


81 




Jowar 










KR Mahbubabad 34 


Rice 


T (26.30) 


52-61 


14.97 2.03 


82 




Jowar 


TK (26.30) 








PR Mahbubabad 34 


ED Rice 


T (29.95) 


528.52 


25.09 


83 




Jowar 


TK (29.95) 








PR Mahbubadad 36 


ED Rice 


T (141.64) 


514-48 


82.15 62.73 


84 




Jowar 


TK (141.64) 








PR Warangal 36 


Rice 


T (616.34) 


78-10 


61.51 


8$ 




Jowar 


TK (616.34) 








KR Warangal 36 


Rice 


T (25.50) 


187.37 


46.13 77.29 


86 




Jowar 


TK (19,83) 








, 




W (5.67) 








KR Warangal 32 


Rice 


.. T (1*215.67) 


8.90 


36.83 36.02 


87 




Jowar 


TK (I215.67) 








KR Warangal 30 


EA Rice 


T (61.92) 


82.15 


8.09 35,21 


88 




Jowar 


TK (61.92) 









58 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 







^ 












No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 




the 


stop. Railway 


















market, 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


0) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


89 Kothoor 


182.92 


303 


1,480 


P,AC 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


90 Dharraaraopet 


1)065-13 


552 


2.722 


P 


-5 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


91 Vangapet 


63-94 


64 


319 


-5 


10+ 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


92 Bhupathipet 


260-21 


225 


961 


P)M 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


93 Adivarampet 


129.09 


40 


210 


-5 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


94 Sitanagar 


551.59 


387 


1,961 


P(2) 


SMP(2) 


W)TW 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


95 Keshwapatnam 


495.33 


Uninhabited 


96 Pongode 


1,424.49 


579 


3)467 


P(2) 


5-10 


WT 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


97 Papaipet 


1,675-80 


797 


4)138 


P)M 


O 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


98 Matveeraram 


360-17 


Uninhabited 


99 Timmarainpad 


583.15 


259 


1,335 


P 





W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


100 Yellaiguda 


980.96 


486 


2,651 


P 


O 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


101 Gundenaga 


487.24 


514 


2)810 


P(2) 


0(2) 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


102 Madnapur 


251-31 


163 


843 


P 


CHW 


w 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


103 Gajulagattu 


912.97 


233 


1,260 


P 


SMP 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



104 Ayodhyapur 



409.95 201 953 



SMP 



W 



-5 10+ 



105 Gudur 



2,863.54 1>037 5,349 



P>MH PHC) WHP PO,TO) 

RP(2), R PTO, 

FPC Phone 



10+ 



BS 



59 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GUDUR TALUK 


Land^use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


- * any piace 01 
Culturable Area not religious. 
waste available historical or 


tion 
Code 

No, 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- archaeological 












vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) (20) 


m 


KR Warangal 32 


Rice 


T(8.90) 


139.21 


34-81 


89 




Jowar 


TK (8.90) 








KR Mahbubabad 32 


EA Rice 


290.97 T (515.97) 


185-75 


41-28 31.16 


90 




Jowar 


TK (515.97) 








PR Mahbubabad 30 


EA Rice 


T (21.45) 


22.66 


16.19 


91 




Jowar 


TK (18.21) 












WE (2.03) 








PR Mahbubabad 34 


ED Rice 


3.64 T (83.37) 


101.98 


71.22 


92 


, 


Jowar 


TK (82.56) 












W (0.81) 








KR Mahbubabad 36 


Rice 


T (27.92) 


73.65 


18-21 9.31 


93 




Jowar 


TK (27.92) 








KR Mahbubabad 32 


Rice 


T (174.01) 


216.10 


54.23 107.25 


94 




Jowar 


TK (148.52) 












W (25-49) 












Uninhabited 






95 


KR Mahbubabad 30 


ED Rice 


T (68.39) 


1,277.18 


67.99 10.93 


96 




Jowar 


TK (68.39) 








KR Mahbubabad 26 


EA Rice 


T (116.95) 


1,366.62 


95.10 97.13 


97 




Jowar 


TK (114-93) 












W (2.02) 












Uninhabited 






98 


PR Warangal 30 


EA Rice 


T (25.09) 


473.08 


27.92 57.06 


99 




Jowar 


W (25-09) 








KR Warangal 28 


EA Rice 


T (667-73) 


74.46 


222.58 12.14 


100 




Jowar 


TK (667-73) 








KR Warangal 28 


EA Rice 


T(54.63) 


* * 


36.02 396.59 


101 




Jowar 


TK (32.37) 












WE (16. 19) 












W (6.07) 








KR Mahbubabad 28 


ED Rice 


T (61.51) 


141-64 


48.16 


102 




Jowar 


TK (60.70) 












W (0.81) 








KR Mahbubabad 24 


EA Rice 


551.18 T (110.07) 


178.87 


46.14 26-71 


103 




Jowar 


TKC63.13) 












W (36.02) 












WE (10.92) 








KR Mahbubabad 28 


EA Rice 


.. T (165.92) 


101.17 


76.08 66.78 


104 




Jtfwar 


TK (149.33) 












W (16.59) 








PR Mahbubabad 24 


EA Rice 


1,442.70 T (541-87) 


452,44 


244.2 182.51 


105 




Jowar 


TK (415.61) 












W (97.12) 












WE (29-14) 









60 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 



Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca . Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

Code village (in , ' -> t - ' ' * 

No< hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Cpmmunica- 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



holds tion 



(4A) (4B) 



(5) 



water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any Waterway) 
(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



106 


Bollepalle 


870.88 361 1,808 P CHW W 


PO 10+ 


-5 


107 


Rajanpalle 


769.71 135 698 P -5 W 


-5 10+ 


5-10 


108 


Nagaram 


2,271.49 426 2,180 P CHW(2), W ' 
O 


PO 10+ 


-5 



109 Intikanne 



974.48 



435 2, 339 



P(2) 



O 



W 



PO 



10+ 



RS 



110 Katrepalle 



1,143.23 210 1,119 



P CHW W PO 10+ 



-5 



111 Arapanpalle 



432-20 196 984 



P CHW W 



-5 10+ 5-10 



112 Naikpalle 



882.62 



204 1>005 



CHW, W,TK 
O 



PO 



10+ 



5-10 



113 Teegalveni 



768.09 345 1,914 



P CHW(2) W PO 10+ 5-10 



114 Darner avancha 



870*88 268 1,413 



5-10 W PO 10+ 5-10 



115 Macherla 



3,518.73 236 1,257 



5-10 



W 



5-10 



10+ 



5-10 



116 TatwariVerapalle gf9-l5 37- 270 

117 Gopalpur 244.02 71 341 

118 Veerampet 2,83 10 46 



10+ 


10+ 


' W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


5-10 


10+ 


WHP 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


5rlO 


10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 



61 



DIRECTORY 








and Land use 














GUDUR TALUK 






Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 






in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not" 
by source gated waste available 


any place of tion 
religious, Code 
historical or No. 






for culti- 


archaeological 






vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


( 15 ) (16) (17) (18) (19) 


(20) (1) 


KR Mahbubabad 24 


Rice 


315.25 T (231-48) 40.87 184.13 99.15 


106 




Jowar 


TK (159-45) 








W (59.08) 








O (12.95) 




KR Mahbubabad 22 


Rice 


411.97 T (62.32) 248.48 46.94 


107 




Jowar 


W (32.37) 








TK (29.95) 




KR Mahbubabad 20 


ED Rice 


M53.76 T (283.28) 454.46 339.93 40.06 


M1:T1 108 




Jowar 


TK (201-94) 








W (48.97) 








WE (20-23) 








O (12.14) 




KR Mahbubabad 16 


EA Rice 


T '(473. 89) 406-30 90-24 3.24 


N2:T1 109 




Jowar 


W (288.14) 








TK (170.78) 








WE (13.76) 








O (1.21) 




KR Mahbubabad 16 


Rice 


289.35 T (251-71) 273.57 89.03 239-57 


Nl 110 




Jowar 


TK (198.70) 








W (50.59) 








O (2.42) 




KR Mahbubabad 16 


Rice 


93.08 T (141.64) 102-39 72.03 23*06 


N1:T1 111 




Jowar 


TK (82.96) 








W (50.18) 


, 






O (8.50) 




KR Mahbubabad 18 


ED Rice 


503-02 T (91.06) 214.48 .. 74.06 


N2 112 




Jowar 


TK (76.89) 








O (6.07) 








W (6-07) 








WE (2.03) 




KR Mahbubabad 16 


Rice 


T (138.81) 446.37 131.12 51.79 


N4 113 




Jowar 


W (79,32) 








TK (40.06) 








(19-43) 




KR Mahbubabad 16 


EA Rice 


416.02 T (109.26) 279.23 25.90 40.47 


114 




Jowar 


TK (59.89) 








W (48.97) 








O (0.40) 




KR Mahbubabad 18 


Rice 3 


f 186. 49 T (78.91) 161.47 74.46 17.40 


115 




Jowar 


TK (76.49) 








W (2-42) 




KR Mahbubabad 28 


Rice 


T (24.28) 67.99 4 5-26 1.62 


116 




Jowar 


TK (24.28) 




KR Mahbubabad 28 


Rice 


124.24 T (9.31) 98.74 .. 11-73 


117 




Jowar 


TK (9.31) 




KR Mahbubabad 25 


Rice 


T (2.83) 


118 




Jowar 


TK (2.83) 





62 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 

Amenities 



Total number of 

Loca- Total area Households and 

tioo Name of village of the population 

Code village (in < 

No. hectares) House- Popula- 

holds tion 



Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kins, of the 

nearest place where the facility available is given) 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4A) 



Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any waterway) 
(5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



119 


Utla 


2,142.00 


47 


223 


5-10 


5-10 


W,HP 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


120 


Matwada 


407- 


52 


215 


1,161 


P 


MH 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


121 


Kongaragidda 


51.80 


26 


118 


-5 


-5 


WTK 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


122 


Neelvancha 


2,138. 


76 


35 


152 


-5 


-5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


123 


Karlai 


875. 


74 


69 


399 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


124 


Irkulakunta 


258. 


59 


Uninhabited 


125 


Tirnmapur 


476.72 


9 


46 


5-10 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


10+ 


126 


Kodisalmitta 


4>635. 


26 


39 


189 


10+ 


10+ 


W 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 


127 


Pandem 


210. 


44 


50 


205 


10+ 


10+ 


W,HP 


10+ 


10+ 


10+ 



63 



DIRECTORY 

and Land nse 



GUDUR TALUK 



Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 



Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 



(11) 



(12) 



Power Staple 
supply food 



(13) (14) 



Forest 



(15) 



Irrigated 
by source 



(16) 



Remarks 

including Loca- 

^ any place of tion 

Unirri- Culturable Area not religious, Code 

gated waste available historical or No. 



for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 



(17) 



(18) 



(19) 



(20) 



(1) 



KR Mahbubabad 20 

KR Mahbubabad 18 

KR Yellandu20 

KR Yellandu 28 

KR Yellandu 30 

KR Yellandu 24 

KR Yellandu 24 

KR Yellandu 24 



Rice 2,049.32 
Jowar 

Rice 48.16 

Jowar 

Rice 5.26 

Jowar 

Rice 2,077.25 
Jowar 

Rice 767.28 
Jowar 

Rice 447.18 

Jowar 

Rice 4*537.32 
Jowar 

Rice 97.93 

Jowar 



T (24.69) 
TK (24.69) 

T (87.00) 
TK (87-00) 

T (8.90) 
TK (8.90) 

T (13.76) 
TK (13.76) 

T (54.23) 
TK (54.23) 

Uninhabited 

T (6.47) 
TK (6.47) 

T (6.48) 
TK (6.48) 

T (17.81) 
TK (17.81) 



172.40 



30.35 



24.69 



44-52 



19.43 



64.75 



88- 3 



30.76 
89.84 



37.23 
10.12 

7-29 
23.06 

9.71 

3.64 

26.71 

6.07 



119 
120 
121 
122 
123 

124 
125 

126 
127 



NARASAMPET TALUK 



ANDHRA PRADESH 

NARASAMPET TALUK 

WARANGAL DISTRICT 

MILES 210 2 4 



CHANGE IN JURISDICTION 1971 Bt 






Area Transf*rrd to newly formed Gudur Taluk In 1970. 



o Taluk Boundary 

~ 15 ~ j Village Boundary with Locat'on Cod* Number 



Railway Broad Gauge 
Other Road 



Villages with Population Size ; 5,000 and above 
1,000-4,999 

500- 999 
200- 499 

. Less than 200 

Uninhabited Villages 
P O/ T O Post Office / Telegraph Office 
P S/R H Police Station / Rest House 
S /J C Higher Secondary School / Junior College 



Hospital, Primary Health Centre 
Dispensary and Others 
A Hat^ Mandl 




Copyright. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

NARASAMPET TALUK 



1981 
Location Name of Village 



Code No. 
(1) 



(2) 



40 Adivi Rangapur 
44 Akkalched 
62 Alamkhanipet 
48 Ameenabad 

59 Appalaraopet 

19 Arshanpalle 

23 Banajipet 

66 Bollikonda 

1 Brahmanpalle 

68 Burgamadla 

36 Chalparthi 

52 Chandrugonda 

46 Chennaraopet 

60 Chinna Korpolu 

49 Deekshakunta 

6 D.uggondi 

67 . Gotlakonda 

56 Gundrepalle 

41 Gurjal 

3 Kamaram 
24 Kammepalle 

5 Keswapur 

47 Khali i 

43 Konapuram 

38 LaknepaJle 

4 Laxmipur 

15 Lenkalapalle 

54 Lingagiri 

42 Lingapur 

27 Madannapet 

34 Madira 

39 Madiramandapalle 
33 Maheswaram 

45 Makdumpuram 



1981 




Location Name of Village 


Code 


No. 


(1) 


(2) 


14 


Mallampalle 


37 


Mandapalle 


25 


Mohammadpur 


20 


Muchimpula 


51 


Mudigonda 


28 


Muthojipet 


10 


Nachinepalle 


21 


Nallaballe 


16 


Nandigaon 


22 


Narakkapet 


32 


Narasampet 


57 


Nekkonda 


53 


Panikera 


31 


Paspunoor 


58 


Pathipaka 


61 


Pedda Korpolu 


2 


Penchikalpet 


8 


Ponakal 


29 


Rajpet 


9 


Ramachandrapuram 


35 


Ramavarara 


18 


Rangapuram 


7 


Reballe 


64 


Redlawada 


12 


Rekampalle 


17 


Relakunta 


30 


Sarvapur (Dwarakpet) 


55 


Surpalle 


26 


Timmampet 


11 


Togarrai 


65 


Topanpalle 


50 


Upperapalle 


13 


Venkatapur 


63 


Venkatapur 



66 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kins, of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 

r . * 


Code 
No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
( Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 


















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 Brahmanpalle 


390.93 


19 


70 


-5 


-5 


W,HP 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


2 Penchikalpet 


576-27 


476 


2,433 


P,M,H> 


RP,O 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 










O 












3 Kamaram 


484.41 


226 


1,042 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


4 Laxmipur 


1,060.68 


509 


2,507 


P(4),M 


-5 


W,T 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


5 Keswapur 


322*94 


117 


558 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10 + 


5-10 


6 Duggondi 


898.40 


679 


3,487 


P(5)M 


PHC,H, 


HP, 


PO 


10+ 


BS 












MH,SMP 


TW,W 








7 Reballe 


498.17 


204 


966 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


8 Ponakal 


398.61 


334 


1,623 


P<2) 


RP 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


9 Ramachandrapuram 


267.50 


8 


95 


-5 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


10 Nachinepalle 


765-66 


570 


2,952 


P,M,H 


RP 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


11 Togarrai 


351.27 


437 


2,160 


P 


-5 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


5-10 
















Phone 






12 Rekampalle 


331-03 


180 


975 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 












i 










13 Venkatapur 


999.57 


446 


2,185 


P 


O 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


14 Mallampalle 


1342.34 


546 


2,779 


P(5) 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


15 Lenkalapalle 


464-58 


269 


1,336 


P 


5-10 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


16 Nandigaon 


547.94 


277 


1,487 


P 


-5 


W,TK 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


17 Relakunta 


534.99 


291 


1,450 


P 


H 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


18 Rangapuram 


187; 37 


335 


1,629 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



67 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


NARASAMPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including 


Loca- 

+istn 


.Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 

(11) (12) 


Power Staple 
supply food 

(13) (14) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 

(15) (16) 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 

(17) (18) 


Area not religious, Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 

(19) (20) (1) 


KR 


Warangal 


18 


EA 


Rice 
Jowar 


T (89.44) 
W (48.16) 


138. 


00 


144.47 


19. 


02 


1 












TK (41-28) 














KR 


Warangal 


18 


EA 


Rice- 


T (91.86) 


220.15 


263-05 


1. 


21 


2 










Jowar 


TK (84.98) 
























W (6.88) 














KR 


Warangal 


15 


EA 


Rice 


T (28.33) 


163- 


49 


269.52 


23. 


07 


3 










Jowar 


TK (28.33) 














KR 


Warangal 


15 


ED 


Rice 


T (177.25) 


479. 


96 


355.72 


47. 


75 


4 










Jowar 


W (128.28) 
























TK (48.97) 














KR 


Warangal 


18 


EA 


Rice 


T (108-46) 


142. 


04 


63.54 


8. 


90 


5 










Jowar 


W (60.30) 
























TK (48.16) 














PR 


Warangal 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (219-34) 


476. 


72 


110.48 


91. 


86 


6 










Jowar 


TK (178.87) 
























W (40.47) 














KR 


Warangal 


19 


EA 


Rice 


T (69-61) 


355.31 


33.59 


39. 


66 


7 










Jowar 


TK (69.61) 














KR 


Warangal 


18 


* 


Rice 


T (86.60) 


261. 


83 


9.31 


40- 


87 


8 










Jowar 


TK (86.60) 














KR 


Warangal 


16 


EA 


Rice 


T (10.12) 


203,15 


14.57 


38. 


,45 


9 










Jowar 


TK (9.31) 
























W (0.81) 














KR 


Warangal 


18 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (107-24) 


537. 


42 


90-24 


30. 


76 


10 










Jowar 


TK (107.24) 














KR 


Warangal 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (65.96) 


203. 


56 


51.40 


30. 


35 T2 


11 










Jowar 


TK (37.63) 
























W (28.33) 














KR 


Warangal 


23 


.. 


Rice 


T (30.76) 


272. 


35 


4.45 


23. 


47 


12 










Jowar 


TK (30.76) 














KR 


Warangal 


23 


ED 


Rice 


T (143.66) 


455- 


27 


341.96 


58. 


68 


13 










Jowar 


TK (89-03) 
























W (54-63) 














PR 


Warangal 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (140.02) 


787. 


92 


338.72 


75. 


68 


14 










Jowar 


TK (110.07) 
























W (29.95) 














KR 


Warangal 


27 




Rice 


T (50.99) 


196- 


27 


163.90 


53. 


42 


15 










Jowar 


TK (50.99) 














KR 


Warangal 


26 


_ 


Rice 


T(51.80) 


469.84 


26. 


30 


16 










Jowar 


TK (51.80) 














KR 


Warangal 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (34-40) 


476. 


31 


24.28 


17 










Jowar 


TK (34.40) 














KR 


Warangal 


28 


EA 


Rice 


T (38.04) 


121. 


41 


* 


27. 


92 


18 










Jowar 


TK (38.04) 















68 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 
No. hectares) 

CD (2) (3) 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
. Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms,, 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
Notable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any waterway) 
(4A) (4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 


19 


Arshanpalle 528.11 


223 1*102 P 





W 


-5 


10+ BS 


20 


Muchimpula 1,046.11 


270 1,404 P 


0(2) 


W,TK 


5-10 


10+ -5 


21 


Nallaballe 888-69 


633 3,107 P(2),MH 


RP(3), 
PHC 


WHP 


PO 


10+ BS 


22 


Narakkapet 582.75 


522 2,449 P 


5-10 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ BS 


23 


Banajipet 1*134.74 


584 2,961 P(3) 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 5-10 


24 


Kammepalle 331.03 


576 2,756 P(3) 


5-10 


W*TK 


PO 


10+ 5-10 


25 


Mohammadpur 724.39 


534 2,655 P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 5-10 


26 


Timmampet 987. 84 


634 2*949 P 


10+ 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 5-10 


27 


Madannapet 1*150.11 


490 2*414 P 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ -5 


28 


Muthojipet 862-38 


554 2,820 P 


5-10 


W,TK, 
HP 


PO 


5-10 BS 


29 


Rajpet 973.67 


287 1*401 P(2) 


5-10 


W,HP 


-5 


5-10 -5 


30 


Sarvapur (Dwarakpet) 450.82 


830 3,879 P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 -5 


31 


Paspunoor 664.09 


39 174 AC 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 -5 


32 


Narasampe t . 1 * 1 48 90 


3*219 15*848 P,M(4)* 
H(4)AC* 
JC0(9) 


H,MCW, 
D,FPC, 
RP(10) 


TW, 
TK, 
HP,C 


PO* 
PTO, 

Phone 


Sunday BS 


33 


Maheswaram 900-02 


842 4,015 P(3) 


5 


W 


PO, 

Phone 


-5 BS,RS 



34 Madira 



263.85 



Uninhabited 



69 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


NARASAMPET TALUK 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Krns.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) Including 


Loca- 
tion 
Code 
No. 

I 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not religious, 
by source gated waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


PR Warangal 30 




Rice 


T (140.83) 324.96 28.33 33.99 N3 


19 






Jowar 


TK (127.88) 










W (12.95) 




. KR Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (161-06) 762.43 48.56 74.06 N3 


20 






Jowar 


TK (149.73) 










W (11.33) 




PR Warangal 29 


EA 


Rice 


7(99.15) 103*60 621.19 64.75 


21 






Jowar 


W (87.41) 










WE (10.12) 










TK (1.62) 




PR Warangal 32 


* 


Rice 


T (56.66) 453-25 66.37 6.47 


22 






Jowar 


TK (50.99) 










W (5-67) 




KR Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (157.42) 679-47 170-78 127.07 


23 






Jowar 


TK (129.50) 










W (27-92) 




KR Warangal 27 


EA 


Rice 


T (151.76) 128-28 39-66 11.33 


24 






Jowar 


TK (151.76) 




KR Warangal 25 


EA 


Rice 


T (114-12) 316.46 216-91 76.90 


25 






Jowar 


TK (81.75) 










W (32.37) 




KR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (216.91) 511.12 81-34 178.47 


26 






Jowar 


TK (135.97) 










W (80.94) 




KR Warangal 29 


ED 


Rice 


T (274-38) 594.08 263.04 18.61 


27 






Jowar 


- TK (263-05) 










W (11.33) 




PR Warangal 36 




Rice 


T (97.93) 489.26 163-90 111.29 


2S 






Jowar 


TK (93.48) 










W (4.45) 




KR Warangal 37 


ED 


Rice 


81-75 T (84.98) 612-29 161-47 33-18 


29 






Jowar 


TK (84.98) 




KR Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (176-85) 125.45 83-37 65-15 


30 






Jowar 


TK (176,85) 




KR Warangal 34 


EA 


Rice 


T (431.40) 59.89 152.97 19-83 


31 






Jowar 


TK (431-40) 




PR Warangal 32 


EA 


Rice 


T (610.26) 447-58 76.89 14-17 


32 






Jowar 


TK (607.43) 










WE (2.02) 










W{0.81) 




PR Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (143-26) 507.07 242.81 6.88 


33 






Jowar 


TK (131.12) 










WE (8^09) 










W (4.05) 










Uninhabited 


34 



70 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz,, 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion Name of village 


of the 

irilln r*A / t 


population 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 
No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 








holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 
















(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 




















market , 


station, 




















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


35 


Ramavaram 


306.75 


129 


914 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


36 


Chalparthi 


456.08 


224 


1,148 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


37 


Mandapalle 


460.53 


510 


2,542 


P(2) 


RP(2) 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


38 


Laknepalle 


459.32 


303 


1,428 


P,M 


-5 


WTK, 


PO 


10+ 


BS 
















T 








39 


Madiramandapalle 


114-93 


107 


490 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


40 


Adivi Rangapur 


691.61 


174 


839 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


41 


Gurjal 


1,550.35 


973 


5,006 


P(3),M 


FPC 


WTW 


PO 


10+ 


BS 












H,O 




TK,0 








42 


Lingapur 


418.44 


271 


1,372 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


43 


Konapuram 


903-66 


468 


2,434 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


44 


Akkalched 


435.85 


147 


788 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


45 


Makdumpuram 


543.90 


595 


3,066 


P(2) 


-5 


W,TK PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 



46 Chennaraopet 

47 Khalli 

48 Ameenabad 

49 Deekshakunta 



556-44 



626 3,152 P,M,H 



HP Phone 



5-10 W,TK PO,TO 



524.47 456 2,309 

1,396.16 1,214 6,438 
2,135.52 609 3,108 



P,M RP(3) W PO 

P(12) FPC,O(2) W,HP PO 

P(3) O(3) W PO 



5-10 

10+ 
10+ 
10+ 



BS 

BS 

BS 

5-10 



50 Upperapalle 



1,108.84 



574 3,161 P,M,H FPC,O(3) 



W 



PO 



10+ 



BS 



71 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


NARASAMPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Cult ur able 
waste 


Area not 
available 


any place of tion 
religious, Code 
historical or No. 














for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


KR Warangal 32 




Rice 


T (39.26) 


163.90 


102-38 


1.21 


35 






Jowar 


TK (29.14) 
















W (10.12) 










KR Warangal 25 


EA 


Rice 


T (35.21) 


216.10 


141-64 


63.13 


36 






Jowar 


TK (35.21) 










PR Warangal 25 


EA 


Rice 


T (22.26) 


299.47 


126.26 


12.54 


N10:M2 37 






Jowar 


TK (22-26) 










PR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (267.90) 


150.95 


35.21 


5.26 


N25 38 






Jowar 


TK (267-90) 










KR Warangal 22 


ED 


Rice 


T (18.21) 


84.58 


* 


12.14 


39 






Jowar 


TK (18.21) 










KR Warangal 19 


EA 


Rice 


T (50.99) 


536.21 


42.90 


61.51 


40 






Jowar 


TK (50-99) 










PR Warangal 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (88.22) 


1*092.65 


283.28 


86-20 


41 






Jowar 


. W (84.98) 
















TK (2-43) 
















O (0-81) 










KR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (133.55) 


203-96 


75.27 


5.66 


Nl 42 






Jowar 


TK (88-22) 
















W (45.33) 










KR Warangal 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (40.47) 


679.06 


127.88 


56.25 


43 






Jowar 


TK (30.35) 
















W (10.12) 










KR Warangal 29 


.EA 


Rice 


T (101-98) 


167.14 


125.86 


40.87 


N2 44 






Jowar 


TK (101.98) 










PR Warangal 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (170.78) 


267.90 


53.82 


51-40 


45 






Jowar 


TK (163.90) 
















W (6.88) 










PR Warangal 32 


EA 


Rice 


T (61.92) 


134,35 


178.47 


181.70 


N15:M2 46 






Jowar 


TK (51.80) 
















W (10.12) 










PR Warangal 34 


ED 


Rice 


6.88 T(58.27) 


243-62 


67.18 


148-52 


. .. 47 






Jowar 


TK (58-27) 










PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (174-82) 


1.076.46 


- 83.37 


61.51 


HI 48 






Jowar 


TK (174-82) 










KR Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (354-50) 


1,528-49 


136.38 


116.15 


T2 49 






Jowar 


TK (276.00) 
















O (64.34) 
















W (8.90) 
















WE (5.26) 










PR Warangal 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (108.86) 


823.13 


* * 


176-85 


N2 50 


Jowar 


TK (55.04) 
















WE (27.52) 
















W (26.30) 











72 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 -f Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 






(1) 



(2) 



hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus* 

(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any waterway) 
(3) (40 (4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



51 Mudigonda 



706.98 207 M26 



-5 WHP PO 



10+ 



52 Chandrugonda 



1,965.96 995 4887 P(6)M,H D,0(2) W,HP PO 5-10 5. 



10 



53 Pan ik era 



889.09 186 .882 



O W,HP -5 5-10 



BS 



54 Lingagiri 

55 Surpalle 



573.03 404 2,102 

1,652.33 462 2>040 



O WiTfc PO 5-10 BS 

O W PO 5-10 BS 



56 Gundrepallc 

57 Nefckonda 

58 Pathipafca 

59 Appalaraopet 



467.41 
896.38 



229 1,066 



-5 WTK 



83t 4,169 P(3)iM,H MCW,D, W,HP, PO,TO, 

RP(2)> T PTO, 

Phone 



492.10 131 714 



1*232. 67 560 2,923 



0(3) 
-5 



W 



P(2) 



O WTK 



PO 



Tuesday BSRS 



-5 



-5 



60 OnoBaKorpolu 556-44 219 1,050 



P i 510 W 5-10 5-10 5-10 

OG3-66 424 2,298 P, M ,H O(2) W,TK PO 5-10 5-10 



73 



DIRECTORY 








and Land use 


NARASAMPET TALUK 






Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 






in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not 
by source gated waste available 
for culti- 


any place of tion 
religious, Code 
historical or No. 
archaeological 






vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


< 15 ) (16) (17) (18) (19) 


(20) (1) 


KR Warangal 25 


ED Rice 


T (117.36) 485.22 20.23 84-17 


51 




Jowar 


GC (87.01) 








WE (14.17) 








TK (12.14) 








W (2.02) 








O (2.02) 




KR Warangal 27 


ED Rice 


T (362.60) 1,198-27 64-75 340.34 


N1:M1 52 




Jowar 


TK (194.25) 








GC (143.66) 








WE (12.14} 








O (6-48) 








W (6.07) 




PR Warangal 30 


EA Rice 


T (94-29) 544.30 103.19 147.31 


53 




Jowar 


TK (84.98) 








W (5.67) 








WE (2.02) 








O (1-62) 




PR Warangal 36 


EA Rice 


T (150.54) 103.60 91-46 227-43 


Nl 54 




Jowar 


TK (148-11) 








W (2-43) 




PR Mahbubabad 36 


EA Rice 


642.64 T (225-00) 498.17 202-34 * 84-18 


N3:M1 55 




Jowar 


TK (207.60) 








WE (13-76) 








W (2-43) 








(1.21) 




KR Mahbubabad 38 


ED> Rice 


T (80-94) 306.75 42-09 37.63 


56 




EAG Jowar 


TK (80.94) 




PR Mahbubabad 36 


EA Rice 


T (111.29) 511.52 145,69 127.88 


N5:C2:M2;T2 57 




Jowar 


TK (98.74) 








WE (7.29) 








W (5.26) 




KR Mahbubabad. 34 


ED Rice 


T (99.15) 252-52 54.23 86.20 


58 




Jowar 


TK (56.66) 








WE (42.49) 




KR Mahbubabad 36 


EA Rice 


T (161.47) 703.34 251.71 116.15 


,N| 59 




Jowar 


TK (100-77) 








W (48.56) 








WE (12.14) 




KR Mahbubabad 29 


ED . Rice 


T (61.92) 134.35 178-47 181.70 


60 




Jowar 


TK(51.SO) 








W 10,12) 




KR Mahbubabad 30 


EA Rice 


T (133.14) 485.&J 181.70 103.20 


T2 6! 




Jowar 


TK (113.31) 








WE (10.12) 








W (8{#) 








(1.62) 





74 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kims, and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

Code village (in , * N ^- * . . ^ 

No. hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 

holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 

(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any waterway) 
(3) (4A) (4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



(1) 



(2) 



62 Alamkhanipet 



1,032.76 



434 2,338 



O 



w 



PO 



5-10 



5-10 



63 Venkatapur 



987.43 220 1,122 P,M SMP W,HP PO 5-10 



BS 



64 Redlawada 

65 Topanpalle 



1,881.78 743 4,026 P,M RP(3),O W,HP PO,TO, 5-10 BS 

- PTO, 
Phone 

443.53 264 1,289 P O(2), W PO 5-10 -5 

FPC 



66 Bollikonda 

67 Gotlakonda 



496.95 193 1,056 



763-24 105 479 



-5 W -5 5-10 5-10 



W 5-10 5-10 5-10 



68 Burgamadla 



188.99 307 1,567 



5-10 W PO 10+ 10+ 



75 



DIRECTORY 










and Land nse 










NARASAMPET TALUK 




~ 
Land use (i.e., area 








under different types of land use 


Remarks 




m hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not 
by source gated waste available 


-, any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 






for culti- 


archaeological 








vation 


interest 




(11) (12) (13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(H) (18) (19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Mahbubabad 28 EA Rice 
Jowar 


T (124.64) 
TK (109.26) 


634.55 40-47 233.10 


.. 


62 




WE (8.09) 










O (7.29) 








PR Mahbubabad 33 EA Rice 


T (98.74) 


628.07 215-29 45.33 




63 


Jowar 


TK (84.98) 










W (13-76) 








PR Mahbubabad 36 EA Rice 


T (171.59) 


591.24* 894.35 224.60 


N2:C2:Tl 


64 


Jowar 


TK (104.41) 










W (67.18) 








KR Mahbubabad 32 EA Rice 


T (121.81) 


209.63 5-66 106.43 


Nl 


65 


Jowar 


WE (58.27) 










TK (50.99) 










W (10.12) 










(2.43) 








KR Mahbubabad 30 .. Rice 


T (58-28) 


183.32 116.95 138.40 




66 


Jowar 


W (38.85) 










TK (19.43) 








KR Mahbubabad 30 ED Rice 


T (45.33) 


427.75 38.04 252.12 




67 


EAG Jowar 


TK (20,24) 










WE 14.57) 










W (10.52) 








KR Mahbubabad 38 ED Rice 


T (60.70) 


59.08 36.83 32,38 




68 


Jowar 


TK (57-46) 










W (3.24) 









WARANGAL URBAN TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

9 Desaipet 

17 Girmajipet 
11 Gorrekunta 

7 Hanamkonda 

20 Kadipikonda 
19 Kazipet 
6 Kumarpalle 



4 
10 



Lakshasingaram 
Lakshmipuram 



1 Madikonda 
8 Matwada 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(2) 



(1) 

5 

16 
14 

18 
2 



Palvelpula 

Ramannapet 
Rangashaipet 

Sfaaimpef 
Somidi 



13 Thimmapur (Haveli) 

15 Urus 

3 Waddepalle 

12 Warangal Fort 



77 



78 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 

Amenities 



Loca- 
tion Name of village 
Code 
No. 



(1) 



(2) 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
of the Population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

village (in , * , * _^ 

hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 

(Potable) the stop. Railway 

market, station, 

if any Waterway) 
(3) <4x) (4B) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



1 Madikonda (Rural) 4>230.57 1,900 9*860 



SMP 



W PC, TO Monday 



BS 



2 Somidi 333.86 

3 Waddepalle (Rural) 1,302.58 

4 Laksbasingaram N.A. 

5 Palvelpula (Rural) 579.91 



Urban Area (included in Warangal city] 
17 87 -5 5-10 W -5 5-10 

Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 
197 997 P H W PO 5-10 



-5 



BS 



6 Kumarpalie (Rural) 310.80 

7 Hanamkonda 1,734.07 

8 Matwada 261.02 

9 Desaipet 311.61 

10 Lakshmipuram 249.69 

11 Gorrekunta 1,141.21 



158 



895 



-5 W,TK 



Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 
Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 
Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 
Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 
781 4,161 P -5 



PO, 

Phone 



PO 



5-10 



-5 



5-10 



BS 



12 Warangal Fort 2*198.65 109 659 P,M 

(Rural} 

13 Thimmapur (Haveli) 867.64 528 2916 P 

14 Rangashaipet 360.57 

15 Urus N.A. 

16 Ramannapet 222.98 

17 Girmajipet N.A. 

18 Sbaimpet 717.10 

19 Kazipet 691.20 

20 Kadipikonda 466-60 1,072 5,925 p,M 



-5 

-5 



Urban Area (included in 
Urban Area (included in 
Urban Area ( included in 
Urban Area (included in 
Urban Area (included in 
Urban Area (included in 



W 

W 



Warangal city) 
Warangal city) 
Warangal city) 
Warangal city) 
Warangal city) 
Warangal city) 

-5 W 



PO 
PO 



-5 
5-10 



BS 
BS 



PO 



-5 



79 



DIRECTORY 






and Land use 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK 




Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 


Power Staple Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturable Area not 


^ any place of tion 
religious , Code 


to village and distance 


supply food by source gated waste available 


historical or No. 


(in Kms.) 


for culti- 


archaeological 




vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) 


(20) (1) 


PR Warangal 10 


EA Rice .. T (456.48) 3,242.34 176.44 355.31 


M2 1. 




Jowar W (412.37) 






TKC44.11) 






Urban Area ( included in Warangal city) 


2 


KR Warangal 2 


EA Rice .. T (263-05) 637.78 46-54 355.31 


N29:C3:M4:T1 3 




Jowar TK (263.05) 






Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


4 


PR Warangal 10 


EA Rice ., T (148.12) 301.08 13,76 116-95 


5 




Jowar TK(121-41) 






W (26-71) 




KR Warangal 6 


ED Rice .. T (197.08) 4.86 8.09 96.71 


6 




Jowar W (144.47) 






TK (52.61) 






Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


7 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


8 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


9 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


10 


PR Warangal 5 


ED Rice .. T (213.67) 740-17 ,. 187.37 


N4:M2:T2 li 




Jowar W (113.31) 






TK (100.36) 




PR Warangal 2 


ED Rice .. T (844.58) 793-99 184.94 375-14 


12 




Jowar TK (844.58) 




PR Warangal 18 


ED Rice .. T (32-37) 675.83 32-37 127.07 


13 




Jowar TK (32.37) 






Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


14 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


15 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


16 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


17 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


18 




Urban Area (included in Warangal city) 


19 


PR Warangal 4 


ED Rice .. T (137*59) 246.05 7285 9-71 


N20:C1:M1 20 




TK (137.59) 





WARANGAL RURAL TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

WARANGAL (RURAL) TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 



34 

49 

1 

9 

17 



Agrampahad 

Anantharam 

Ananthsagar 

Arvapalle 

Atmakur 



24 Bheemaram 

38 Bodduchintapalle 

25 Chintaghat 
56 Chintalapalle 
18 Choudlapalle 

31 Damera 

26 Devannapet 

44 Dharmaratn 

45 Dubakunta 

62 Elguru (Ranganpet) 

36 Elkurty (Haveli) 
42 Enmamula 

48 Geesgonda 

28 Gopalpur 

5 Hasanparthi 

2 Jaigiri 

11 Kogilvai 

50 Kommala 

16 Kothaghat 

40 Kothapet 

. 3 Laknavararn 

20 Ledalla 

52 Macbapur 

15 Malakpet 

64 Mallampalle 

10 Mallareddypalle 

37 Mangonda 

39 Mogilicfcerla 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

58 Mondrai 
23 Mucherla 

61 Mummadivaram 
33 Mustialpalle 

7 Nagaram 
60 Nailaballe(Yelgur) 

59 Narlavai 



32 


Oblapur 


53 


Oofcal 


19 


Oorgonda 


41 


Paidpalle 


57 


Pallurguda 


35 


Peddapar 


29 


Pegadapalle 


6 


Pembarty 


14 


Pesarkonda 


43 


Pothrajpalle 


13 


Pulkurty 



65 Ramacaandrapur 

55 Sangara 

54 Shayampet (Haveli ) 

22 Siddapur 

12 Singarajpalle 

8 Sudanpalle 

27 Tararpallc 

63 Thimmapor 

patti Yelgur 

47 Vancbanagiri 

46 Vasantkapur 

21 Venkatapur 

(Chandragiri) 

51 Visbwanatfapur 

30 Wangapahad 

4 Yellapar 



82 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


















No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market , 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4s) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 Ananthsagar 


1,023.85 


312 


1,749 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


2 Jaigiri 


571.82 


353 


1,861 


P 


5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


3 Laknavaram 


222.58 


4 


124 


-5 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


4 Yellapur 


738.14 


394 


1,950 


P,M 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS,RS 


5 Hasanparthi 


1,123.00 


2,097 


11,008 


P.M.H 


RP,H, 


W 


PO,TO> 


10+ 


BS,RS 












0(2) 




PTO 




















Phone 






6 Pembarty 


934.01 


321 


1,750 


P(2) 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


7 Nagaram 


1,172.78 


661 


3,230 


P,M 


RP 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 
















PTO 






8 Sudanpalle 


414-80 


155 


754 


P 


-5 


/ W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


9 Arvapalle 


522.85 


164 


875 


P,M 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


10 Mallareddypalle 


677.44 


454 


2,236 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


11 Kogilvai 


672.59 


400 


2,129 . 


P,M 


PHS 


<w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


12 Singarajpalie 


373.93 


239 


1,214 


P 


-5 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 
















Phone 






13 Pulkurty 


1.136.35 


544 


2,690 


P,M,H 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


14 Pesarfconda 


711.44 


324 


1,609 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


15 Malakpet 


404.28 


206 


1,070 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


5-10 


5-10 


16 Kothaghat 


668.94 


85 


390 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


17 Atraakuj: 


1,621.57 


1*323 


6,853 


P,MH 


5-10 


W POTO 


Friday 


BS 
















PTO, 






18 ChcKKilapallc 


616.33 


300 


1*557 


P 


-5 


W 


Phone 
PO 


-5 


-5 


19 Oorgooda 


1*817.03 


852 


4,310 


P 


RP 


W 1 


PO.TO, 


5-10 


BS 
















PTO, 


* 




28 Ledalla 


It 177. 23 


357 


1,840 


P 


5-10 


W 


Phone 
POTO 


10+ 


BS 



83 



DIRECTORY 
and Land ose 


WARANGAL (RURAL) TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturabie Area not 
waste available 


^ any place of 
religious , 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 












for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 25 


BAG 


Rice 


T (254.55) 


625-24 


91-46 52.60 


NIO;C1:M1:T1 


1 






Jo war 


W (218.13) 
















TK (36.42) 










KR Warangal 21 


EA 


Rice 


T (75.27) 


409.54 


87.01 


M!:T1 


2 






Jowar 


TK (72.44) 
















W (2.83) 










KR Warangal 14 





.. 


T (31.57) 


176-04 


14.97 




3 








TK (31.57) 










PR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (206.39) 


366.64 


165.11 


N10:Ml:T2 


4 






Jowar 


TK (206.39) 










PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (217.72) 


580-32 


74.46 250-50 


N135:M6:T3 


5 






Jowar 


TK (217.72) 










KR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (167.54) 


673-39 


93.08 


N5 


6 






Jowar 


TK (167.54) 










PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (188.99) 


795.61 


188.18 


NI5 


7 






Jowar 


TK (188.99) 










KR Warangal 21 


EA 


Rice 


T (254.14) 


104-81 


55.85 





8 






Jowar 


TK (254.14) 










KR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (235-12) 


222.58 


65.15 




9 






Jowar 


TK (235.12) 










KR Warangal 20 


EA 


Rice 


T (138.00) 


453-25 


86,19 


C2:M6:T1 


10 






Jowar 


TK (138.00) 










KR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (156.61) 


416.42 


99.56 


Chcnnakeswara 


n 






Maize 


TK (156-61) 






Swamy Temple, 
















M2:T1 




PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (27,52) 


260.21 


86.20 


* 


12 






Maize 


TK (27-52) 










KR Warangal 20 


ED 


Rice 


.. T (141.64) 


601.76 


392.95 


W:M1 


13 






Maize 


TK (141.64) 










PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (95.91) 


383,24 


232.29 


* 


14 






Maize 


TK (95.91) 










KR Warangal 19 


EA 


Rice 


T (38.04) 


293,40 


72.84 


Ml 


15 






Jowar 


TK (38.04) 










PR Warangal 19 


ED 


Rice 


T (20-64) 


629.69 


17.81 Q.SO 


. 


16 






Jowar 


TK (14-16) 
















W (6.48) 










PR Warangal 22 


ED 


Rice 


T (341. 55) 


917.42 


324.96 37.64 


N4:MT1 


17 






Jowar 


TK{ 341.55) 










KR Warangal 18 


ED 


Rice 


T (40.87) 


486,03 


80-94 8.49 


m ^ 


U 






Jowar 


TK (40.87) 










PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (140.83) 


1,518.38 


157.82 


m:Ml:TI 


19 






Jowar 


TK (140. 83) 










PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (15L76) 


890.71 


134*76 


N10:M2 


20 






Maize 


TK (151*76) 











84 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of 
Loca- Total area Households and 
tion Name of village of the population 

f~VvHf> 7;11ji*a /il 


Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


V_sOuC 

No. 


V liltt^V. \ IL1 

hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 


















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


21 Venkatapur 


442.72 


119 


673 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


-5 


(Chandragiri) 














PTO, 




















Phone 






22 Siddapur 


982-98 


647 


3,237 


P,M 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


23 Mucherla 


1*375.93 


623 


2,965 


PiM 


RP 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 
















Phone 






24 Bheemaram 


758-78 


942 


4,901 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


. BS 


25 Chintaghat 


1,282.85 


949 


5,423 


P,M 


RP 


W,T 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 
















PTO, 




















Phone 






26 Devannapet 


677.04 


488 


3,096 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


27 Tararpalle 


544.30 


449 


2,192 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


28 Gopalpur 


170.37 


230 


1,202 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


29 Pegadapalie 


790.75 


660 


3,798 


P 


RP 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 
















Phone 






30 Wangapahad 


1,169.13 


818 


4,020 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


31 Bamera 


1.029.52 


780 


3,790 


PM*H 


H,PHC 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 


32 Oblapur 


484.41 


143 


741 


P 


-5 


W 


PTO 
PO 


10+ 


BS 


33 Mustialpalle 


S74.52 


334 


1,799 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


34 Agrampahad 


487.24 


212 


997 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


35 Peddapur 


4,487.95 


1>092 


5,524 


P(3) 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


36 Hkarty (Haveli) 


1,222.15 


838 


4,074 


PM,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


37 Mangonda 


919.04 


446 


2,207 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



38 Boddaciiistapftllc 537.02 154 



739 



10+ 



W 5-10 10+ 



BS 



85 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARANGAL 


(RURAL) IV 


^LUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


> any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 

No. 














for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (28,73) 


303.51 


40.87 


69-61 


Ml 


21 






Jowar 


TK (28.73) 












KR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (133.55) 


496-14 




353.29 


N1:MI 


22 






Maize 


TK (133.55) 












PR Warangal 14 


EA 


Rice 


T (231. 48) 


1*002.00 




142.45 


N5.-M2 


23 






Maize 


TK (231-48) 












PR Warangal 10 





Rice 


T (64.75) 


414.80 


202.34 


7.69 




24 






Jowar 


TK (64.75) 












PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (1,004.02) 


234-72 




44.11 


N15:C1:M15;T2 


25 






Maize 


TK (1,004.02) 












PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (35.61) 


584.77 




56.66 


N5:T1 


26 






Maize 


TK (35-61) 












KR Warangal 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (173-61) 


137.19 


25.90 


207.60 




27 






Jowar 


W (89-84) 


















TK (83.77) 












KR Warangal 10 


EA 


Rice 


T (137.59) 


30-35 


. 


2.43 


Ml 


28 






Maize 


TK(80.94) 


















W (56.65) 












PR Warangal 13 


EA 


Rice 


T (227-43) 


440.70 


9 


122.62 


N10:M35:T14 


29 






Maize 


TK (227.43) 












PR Warangal 10 


ED 


Rice 


T (246.86) 


658-02 


81.74 


182.51 


N35:M3:T| 


30 


\ 




Jowar 


TK (125.45) 








I 










W (121.41) 












PR Warangal 13 


EA 


Rice 


T (67.58) 


788.73 




173-21 


N25:C1:M8 


31 






Maize 


TK (67.58) 












PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (17.40) 


366.24 


40*06 


60.71 


_ 


32 






Maize 


TK (17.40) 












KR Warangal 16 


ED 


Rice 


T (61.92) 


746.64 


59.89 


6-07 


* 


33 






Jowar 


TK (40.47) 


















W (21.45) 












PR Warangal 17 


ED 


Rice 


T (46.54) 


395.38 


41.28 


4-04 


.. 


34 






Jowar 


TK (40.47) 


















W (6.07) 












PR Warangal 16 


ED 


Rice 


T (708,20) 


2 t 662. 83 


309-58 


736-53 


mm 


35 






Jowar 


TK (578.70) 


















W (129.50) 












PR Warangal 16 


ED 


Rice 


T(97.12) 


1,056-23 


60.70 


8. ID 


K2tftli:Tl 


36 






Jowar 


TK(97,12) 












KR Warangal 13 


ED 


Rice 


. T (220.55) 


542.28 


145.69 


10.52 


N2:Ml 


37 






Maize 


TK (152-16) 


















W (68.39) 












PR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (63.94) 


443*13 


29-14 


0,81 


Nl 


33 






Jowar 


TK (40.47) 


















W (23.47) 













86 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popuh 
tion 


i- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 




















if any 


Waterway) 


0) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4n) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


39 


Mogilicherla 


1,003-62 


867 


4,463 


PM,H 


D 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


40 


Kothapet 


1,577.06 


314 


1,480 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


5-10 


BS 


41 


Paidpalle 


2,751.86 


1,380 


7,418 


P(4),M(4), 


5-10 


w 


PO 


5-10 


BS 












H(2) 












42 


Enmamula 


1,597.29 


363 


1,595 


-5 


5-10 


w 


-5 


5-10 


-5 


43 


Pothrajpalle 


1,912.13 


182 


962 


P 


5-10 


w 


5-10 


5-10 


BS 


44 


Dharmaram 


717.50 


681 


3,430 


P,M,H 


5-10 


w 


PO,TO 


5-10 


BS 


45 


Dubakunta 


70.82 


144 


773 


-5 


5-10 


w 


-5 


5-10 


-5 


46 


Vasanthapur 


427*35 


166 


866 


P 


-5 


w 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


47 


Vanchanagiri 


956-27 


539 


2,708 


P,M 


RP,0 


W,HP 


PO* 


10+ 


BS 


















Phone 






48 


Geesgonda 


1,598-50 


545 


3,027 


P(2),M,H 


-5 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


49 


Anantharam 


469.03 


156 


736 


P 


5-10 


w 


PO 


-5 


BS 


50 


Kommala 


458.51 


377 


1,859 


PM 


10+ 


w 


-5 


-5 


-5 


51 


Vishwaaathpur 


1,012,93 


428 


2,133 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


Saturday 


BS 


52 


Macbapur 


838.58 


476 


2,474 


P,M 


10+ 


w 


PO,TO 


-5 


BS 


53 


Octal 


630.90 


373 


1,715 


P(2),M 


-5 


W,TK 


PO,TO 


5-10 


BS 


54 


stan^flM] 


1 !>3S5.64 


380 


1.942 


P,M 


RP 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


55 


Saa^i 


1,383.21 


MIS 


5,504 


P(5)MH 


PHC, 
FPC, 


W.HP 


PO. 

Phone 


10+ 


BS 














RP(3)iH, 






















CHW 











87 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARANGAL (RURAL) TALUK 






1 















Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


> any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 














for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 

I, 


O5) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


CD 


PR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 
Jowar 


T (190.20) 
O (190.20) 


786.30 


21.05 


6.07 


N1:M2 


39 


PR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 

Jowar 


T (517. 19) 
W (348.03) 


897,19 


103.19 


42.49 


N1:T1 


40 








TK (169.16) 












PR Warangal 8 


* 


Rice 


T (384.45) 


15827.16 


486-43 


50.59 




41 






Jowar 


W (250.90) 








"" 










TK (133.55) 












KR Warangal 5 


ED 


Rice 


T (242. 81) 


905.28 


41-28 


407.92 




42 






Jowar 


W (151.76) 


















TK (91.05) 












PR Warangal 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (257.38) 


1583.13 


67-58 


4/04 


N1:T1 


43 






Jowar 


TK (128.69) 


















W (128.69) 












PR Warangal 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (75.68) 


551.18 


67-58 


22.66 


N3 


44 






Jowar 


W (50.18) 


















TKC25.50) 












FP Warangal 2 


.. 


Rice 


T (35.21) 


19.42 


10.12 


6.07 




45 






Jowar 


TK (20-23) 


















W (14-98) 












PR Warangal 4 


ED 


Rice 


T (49,37) 


305.13 


57.47 


15.38 


N1:M2:T2 


46 






Jowar 


TK (29.14) 


















W (20-23) 












PR Warangal 6 


EA 


Rice 


T (189.79) 


723.58 


12.55 


30.35 


N5 


47 






Jowar 


TK (96.31) 


















W (93.48) 












PR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (131.52) 


Ii384.43 


73.65 


8.90 


N2:M6;T1 


48 






Maize 


TK(121.41) 


















W (10.11) 












PR Warangal 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (43.30) 


392.54 


30.35 


0.80 


Nl 


49 






Maize 


TK (43.30) 












KR Warangal 18 


ED 


Rice 


T (44,51) 


341,96 


68.80 


3.24 


Ml 


50 






Jowar 


TK (36.42) 


















W (8*09) 












PR Warangal 17 


ED 


Rice 


T (43-30) 


790.35 


167-14 


12.14 


N2 


51 






Maize 


TK (43.10) 












PR Warangal 14 


ED 


Rice 


T (54-63) 


746.64 


30.35 


6.88 


N2:M1 


52 






Jowar 


TK (40.87) 


















W (13.76) 












PR Warangal 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (279.23) 


313.23 


36.02 


2*42 


N2:M3:T3 


53 






Jowar 


TK (279.23) 












PR Warangal 10 


EA 


Rice 


. . 


944.53 


229.86 


211.25 


N2:M1:T1 


54 






Jowar 














PR Warangal 14 


EA 


Rice 


T (24.28) 


918-63 


174-02 


266.28 


N3&M2:T1 


55 






Jowar 


W (24.28) 













WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
of the Population nearest place where the facility available is given) 



Loca- 

tion Name of village 



hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 

(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 
if any Waterway) 



(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4s) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


56 


Chintalapalle 


1,079. 


70 


361 


1,796 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS,RS 


57 


Pallurguda 


889. 


09 


492 


2,787 


P(3) 


-5 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


58 


Mondrai 


909. 


73 


571 


2,729 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


59 


Narlavai 


384. 


45 


145 


758 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


60 


Nallaballe (Yelgur) 


780. 


64 


255 


1,306 


F.-.H 


RP 


W 


PO,TO 


5-10 


-5 


61 


Mummadivaram 


793. 


18 


33 


169 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 



62 Elguru (Ranganpet) 2,524-83 

647-09 



63 Thimmapur 

patti Yelgur 

64 Mallampalle 

65 Ramachandrapur 



3,157-35 
4*272.66 



618 3,056 
164 804 



P(5) RP.CHW W,HP, 
TK 

P CHW W 



1075 5>157 P,M,H HC W 

1050 5,065 P(2) 5-10 W 



PO 10+ 

-5 10+ 



RS 
BS 



PO Thursday BS 
PO 5-10 5-10 



89 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARANGAL 


(RURAL) TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 

f i r>n 


Approach Nearest town 


Power Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- 


Culturable Area not 


*\ any place ot 
religious. 


lll/u 

Code 


to village and distance 


supply food 


by source 


gated 


waste available 


historical or 


No. 




(in Kms.) 








for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) (19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Warangal 14 


EA Rice 


T (22.26) 


476.72 


325.77 254.95 


N6 


56 






Jowar 


TK (22.26) 










PR 


Warangal 15 


ED Rice 


T (70.42) 


650.73 


161.47 6.47 


.. 


57 






Jowar 


TK (47.35) 
















W (23.07) 










PR 


Warangal 16 


ED Rice 


T (104.41) 


679.06 


108.86 17.40 


N1:T1 


58 






Jowar 


TK (80.94) 
















W (23.47) 










PR 


Warangal 18 


ED Rice 


T (192.63) 


87.82 


104.00 





59 






Jowar 


TK (163.09) 
















W (29-54) 










KR 


Warangal 18 


EA , Rice 


T (247.67) 


397-40 


135.57 


N1:M1:T1 


60 






Jowar 


W (159.45) 
















TK (88-22) 










KR 


Warangal 16 


Rice 


.. T (364.21) 


348.03 


51.40 20.24 


.. 


61 






Jowar 


TK (232.69) 
















W (131.52) 










KR 


Warangal 16 


EAG Rice 


T (314.84) 


1.217-29 


226.63 766-07 


N6:M1:T1 


62 






Jowar 


TK (314-84) 










PR 


Warangal 16 


ED Rice 


T (447.58) 


28.33 


110-08 60.70 


N2 


63 






Jowar 


TK (407.11) 
















W (40.47) 










PR 


Warangal 35 


ED Rice 


T (245.24) 


2>3S1.57 


495.74 34.80 


N3:M1 


64 






Jowar 


TK (245.24) 










KR 


Warangal 36 


Rice 


T (19.02) 


4*048.46 


178.47 26.71 


NlrMl 


65 






Jowar 


TK (19.02) 











GHANPUR TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

GHANPUR TALUK 



1981 

Lo cation Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

57 Aliabad 

49 Chagal 

32 Chilupur 

30 Chinna Pendyala 

4 Devnur 

28 Dharmapuram 

8 Dharmasagar 

34 Fathepur 

41 Garimallapalle 

37 Ghanpur 

14 Gundalasagar 

11 Janakipur 

44 Konaichalam 

16 Kondapur 

50 Kothapalle (Medikonda) 

33 Krishnajigudem 



40 
10 


Kunuru 
Kyathampalle 


18 


Lingampalle 


6 
24 
19 
12 
51 
3 


Madipalle 
Malakapalle 
Malkapur 
Mallikudurla 
Medikonda 
Mupparam 


2 
29 

47 


Narayanagiri 
Nasikal 
Nemiligonda 



62 Obalapur 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

CD (2) 

38 Pamnur 

22 Pedda Pendyala 
15 Peechera 

36 Pullagutta 

52 Raghavapur 

27 Raghunatfaapalle 

31 Rajavaram 

23 Rampur 

43 Sagaram 

60 Shapalle 
48 Sivunipalle 

5 Somdevarapalle 

17 Sripathipallc 

13 Sudesbpalle 

59 Suraram 

45 Tarnrnadapalle 

54 Tandarpalle 
21 Tatikayala 
35 Tatikonda 

61 Thammadapalle (Gudur) 

55 Teegram 
42 Tidugu 

46 Timmampet 

58 Timraapur CChitur) 

7 Unikicherla 

39 Uppugal 

25 Vanarnalakanaparthy 
1 Vclair 

20 Yenkatadripet 

26 Venfcatapuram (Cbitur) 

53 Visbwaaathpur 

9 Yelkurthy Dbarmasagar 

56 Zafargadba 



91 



92 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


t imi 


^ 


<*""~ 










N 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communi ca- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 




trie 


st op, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 Velair 


2,989.81 


1,450 


6,956 


P,M,H 


5-10 


W 


PO.TO 


10+ 


BS 


2 Narayanagiri 


1>344.77 


726 


3,666 


P,M,H 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


3 Mupparam 


1,756.74 


558 


2,612 


P 


RP 


W,R 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


4 Devnur 


1,417-61 


419 


1,946 


P 


RP,H 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


5 Somdevarapalle 


469.03 


220 


1,226 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


6 Madipalle 


1,217-70 


472 


2,280 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


7 Unikicherla 


1,100.74 


474 


2,480 


, P,M 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


8 Dharmasagar 


2,141-19 


1,283 


6,512 


P,M,H 





W,HP 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


9 Yelkurthy 


2,079.27 


679 


3,104 


P,M,H 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


Dharmasagar 




















10 Kyathampalle 


805.32 


189 


1,008 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


11 Janakipur 


634.55 


229 


1,122 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


12 Mallikudurla 


845.79 


383 


1,873 


P,M 


RP(2) 


WrHP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


13 Sudeshpalle 


780*64 


209 


975 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


14 Gundalasagar 


1,078*89 


184 


818 


P 


-5 


W,HP 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


15 Peecbera 


2*156.97 


776 


3,702 


P,M 


RPtt). 


W 


POTO 


10+ 


BS 


16 Kondapur 


1*420.04 


274 


1,329 


P 


5-10 


WHP 


-5 


'10+ 


-5 


17 Sripathipalle 


877-76 


267 


1*253 


P,M 





W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


18 Lingasipalle 


1*535.78 


472 


2,138 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


19 Malkapur 


1*535.78 


640 


3008 


P,M,H 


RP(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 



93 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GHANPUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power 
to village and distance supply 
(in Kms.) 


Staple Forest Irrigated 
food by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Cultivable 
waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 
vation 


> any place of 
religious, 
historical or 
archaeological 
interest 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Warangal 


38 


EA 


Rice 


T (458.91) 


2,101,93 


92.27 


336.70 


N65:M6:T1 


I 










Jowar 


TK (458-91) 














PR 


Warangal 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (253-74) 


635-35 


178 


.47 


277.21 


N20 


2 












W (152.16) 
























TK (101.58) 














PR 


Warangal 


29 


EA 


Rice 


T (188.99) 


1,035.18 


265 


.48 


267.09 


Tl 


3 












W (148.52) 
























TK (40.47) 














PR 


Warangal 


24 


ED, 


Rice 


T (25.90) 


598-12 


596 


-51 


197.08 


N3:T1 


4 








BAG 


Jowar 


W(25.90) 














PR 


Warangal 


24 


ED 


Jowar 


T (38-04) 


313.63 


30 


-76 


86.60 





5 












W (36.42) 
























TK (1.62) 














PR 


Warangal 


24 


EA 


Rice 


T (121.81) 


779.83 


194.65 


121-41 


N15:C1:T2 


6 












W (121.81) 














PR 


Warangal 


22 


EA 


Rice 


.. T (1,054.61) 


6.47 


39.66 


N10 


7 










Maize 


TK (1,054.61) 














PR 


Warangal 


20 


EA 


Rice 


-. 


1,649.09 


420.47 


31.16 


N142:M2:T2 


8 


KR 


Warangal 


24 


EA 


Rice 


*. 


* 


2,012- 


50 


66.77 


N5:M1 


9 


PR 


Warangal 


26 


EAG 


Rice 


T (109.26) 


491.69 


157- 


83 


46.54 




10 










Jowar 


W (109.26) 














PR 


Warangal 


28 


EA 


Rice 


T (68.39) 


297.44 


208.82 


59-90 


N2 


11 












W (68.39) 














PR 


Warangal 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (106.03) 


509*09 


163. 


90 


65.16 


N36 


12 










Jowar 


TK (74-46) 
























W (31.57) 














KR 


Warangal 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (45.32) 


612.69 


105. 


22 


8*09 


N6 


13 










Jowar 


TK (45.32) 














KR 


Warangal 


33 


ED, 


Rice 


. T (151 .76) 


505.86 


202. 


34 


218.93 


NI:M1 


14 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (151.76) 














PR 


Warangal 


34 


EA 


Rice 


T (142.45) 


1*389.28 


356*93 


268.31 


N9:TI 


15 










Jowar 


W (139.62) 
























TK (2.83) 














KR 


Warangal 


40 


EA 


Rice 


T (59.08) 


1,041.66 


36*02 


283*28 


Tl 


16 










Maize 


W (59.08) 














PR 


Warangal 


43 


ED 


Rice 


T (175.63) 


384-05 


161. 


87 


156,21 





17 












W (161.87) 
























TK (13.76) 














PR 


Warangal 


43 


ED 


Rice 


T (SK75) 


847,00 


376.76 


230^27 


Ti 


18 










Jowar 


TK (81-75) 














KR 


Warangal 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T (230.67) 


864.41 


248. 


4S 


192.22 


N3:C1:M2:T2 


19 










Jowar 


W (151.76) 
























TK (78.91) 















94 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 
Code 
No. 

CD (2) 


Total area 
of the 
village (in 
hectares) 

(3) 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Households and in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


House- 
holds 

<4A) 


Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any Waterway) 
(4s) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 


20 


Venkatadripet 


724.39 


447 


1,999 P 


-5 


W PO 


10+ 


-5 


21 


Tatikayala 


1,594-46 


553 


2,632 P 


RP(5) 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 


22 


Pedda Pendyala 


1*989.43 


874 


4,637 P,M>H 





W PO 


10+ 


BSRS 


23 


Rampur 


1,666.90 


620 


3,170 P 


O 


W,HP PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


24 


Malakapalle 


261.43 


493 


2,455 PM 


5-10 


W * PO 


10+ 


BS 


25 


Vanamalakanaparthy 


699-30 


221 


1,376 P 


5-10 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 


26 
27 


Venkatapuram 
(Cfaitur) 
Raghunathapalle 


1>509.88 
541.87 


593 
321 


3,262 P 
1.654 P 


5-10 
-5 


W PO 
W PO,TO 


10+ 
10+ 


BS 
BS 


28 


Dharmapuram 


875.33 


340 


1,735 P 


-5 


W PO 


10+ 


-5 


29 


Nasikal 


1*003.21 


462 


2,350 P 





W>R PO 


5-10 


BS 


30 


Chinna Pendyala 


858.74 


547 


2,833 P,M 


-5 


W PO 


5-10 


BS 


31 


Rajavaram 


1,728-41 


589 


2*893 , P,M 


-5 


N,W PO 


-5 


-5 


32 


Chilupur 


1481,15 


566 


2,945 P,M,H 


-5 


W PO 


Sunday 


BS 


33 


Krishnajigudem 


1,090.22 


377 


1,913 P 


RP 


W PO 


-5 


BS 


34 


Fathepur 


1,266.26 


324 


U570 P 


-5 


W,HP PO 


, -5 


-5 


35 


Tatikoiida 


3*217,24 


854 


4,036 PM,H 


H(A) 


W PO 


5-10 


BS 


36 


PoilagBtta 


2.140.38 


592 


2,928 P,M 


5-10 


W PO,TO 


5-10 


BS 


37 


Ghanpar 


2*023,83 


959 


4,764 P(3),M(2), 
H(2) 


PHC t 
RPtO 


T,W POTO, 
PTO 


Saturday 


BSRS 



95 



DIRECTORY 
and Land ose 


GHANPUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 
tion 


Approach Nearest town Power 
to village and distance supply 
(in Kms.) 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturablc 
gated waste 


any pi^c vi 
Area not religious, 
available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 


Code 

No. 
















vation interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(I) 


KR 


Warangal 33 


ED 


Rice 


T (78-51) 


63K31 


8.50 


6.07 M1:T1 


20 








Jowar 


W (40.47) 


















TK (38-04) 










PR 


Warangal 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (621-19) 


586.79 


376.36 


10.12 M2 


21 








Jowar 


O {586.79; 


















W (34.40) 










PR 


Warangal 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (240.79) 


1.303-49 


260.21 


184-94 N25:M4:T1 


22 








Jowar 


W (139.62) 


















TK (101.17) 










PR 


Warangal 20 


EA 


Rice 


T (191.42) 


411.56 


908.92 


155.00 N13:M1 


23 








Jowar 


TK (169.97) 


















W (21.45) 










PR 


Warangal 34 


ED 


Rice 


T (12.95) 


206.39 


21.85 


19-83 


24 








Jowar 


W (12.95) 










PR 


Warangal 24 


ED> 


Rice 


T (86-60) 


541.07 


70.01 


1.62 HI 


25 






EAG 


Jowar 


W (86.60) 










PR 


Warangal 22 


ED, 


Rice 


T (89.03) 


1*326.96 


46-94 


46.95 


26 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (89.03) 










PR 


Warangal 27 


ED 


Rice 


T (64.75) 


384.45 


47.75 


44-92 N4:T1 


27 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (64.75) 










KR 


Warangal 24 


ED 


Rice 


T (89.84) 


736-93 


38.44 


10.12 


28 








Jowar 


TK (77.70) 


















W(12.145 










PR 


Warangal 25 


ED* 


Rice 


T (29.95) 


123.02 


717.50 


132.74 M3:Tl 


29 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (29.95) 










PR 


Warangal 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (161.47) 


545.92 





151.35 N5:C1 


30 






EAG 


Jowar 


W (141.24) 


















TK (20.23) 










KR 


Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (222.58) 


858.34 


485.62 


161.87 N2 


31 








Jowar 


TK (169,97) 


















W '(52-61) 










PR 


Warangal 3S 


ED 


Rice 


T (93,08) 


1 183.70 


* m 


204.37 N4 


32 








Jowar 


TK (93.08) 










PR 


Jangaon 34 


ED 


Rice 


T(93.89) 


749.47 


230.67 


8.09 


33 








Jowar 


TK (63,54) 


















W (30,35) 










KR 


Warangal 41 


ED 


Rice 


T (46.54) 


It 112.88 


46,54 


60.30 


34 








Jowar 


W (40-47) 


















TK (6.07) 










PR 


Jangaon 32 


ED 


Rice 


989.45 T (229. S6) 


1,664.87 


63-94 


29.12 N1:T2 


35 








Jowar 


W (229.86) 










PR 


Warangal 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (251-31) 


942.11 


865.21 


81,75 H4:M!:T1 


36 








Jowar 


W (251.31) 










PR 


Warangal 36 


EA 


Rice 


T (361-38) 


1.312.39 


65.16 


284,90 


37 








Jawar 


TK <361,3*) 











96 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms . and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 




t -. 






f 






No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 
















market, 


station, 
















if any 


Waterway) 


CD (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4u) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


38 Pamnur 


781.04 


332 


1,591 


P RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS,RS 


39 Uppugal 


603.38 


764 


3,643 


P,M -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


40 Kunuru 


1,111.26 


619 


3,061 


P'M,H RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


41 Garimallapalle 


1,279-61 


411 


2,119 


P -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


. -5 


42 Tidugu 


615.53 


239 


1,305 . 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


43 Sagaram 


556.85 


296 


1,379 


P(2) ' -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


44 Konaichalam 


705.35 


210 


1,112 


P -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


45 Tammadapalle 


588.41 


383 


1,899 


P -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


46 Timmampet 


1,095.48 


357 


1,803 


PM PHC 


W,R 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


47 Nemiligonda 


1,230.24 


461 


2,370 


P 10+ 


W,O 


PO,TO 


-5 


-5 


48 Sivunipalle 


604*19 


689 


3,636 


P>M,H RP,O 


T 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS,RS 


49 Chagal 


1,237-53 


788 


3,692 


PM,H H(A; 


W,HP 


PO>TO 


10+ 


BS 


50 Kothapalle 
(Medikonda) 


564-13 


275 


1,263 


P -5 


W,0 


-5 


' -5 


BS 


5! Medikonda 


985,00 


510 


2,424 


PM .5 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


52 Raghavapur 


722-36 


331 


1,531 


PM -5 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


53 Viswmaat&par 


427.35 


170 


811 


P -5 


W 


PO 


5-10 


-5 


54 Tandarptlle 


748.26 


215 


1,085 


P -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


55 Tccgram 


859-95 


275 


1,261 


* 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


56 Zn&f&K&a 


3*354.84 


1.364 


6,718 


PMH PHC 


W PO, TO 


10+ 


BS 


SI AH.tad 


95.10 


13 


69 


P -5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 



97 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


GHANPUR TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 


Power 


Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- 


Culturable 


Area not 


any place of 
religious, 


tion 
Code 


to village and distance 


supply 


food 


by source 


gated 


waste 


available 


historical or 


No. 




(in Kms.) 












for culti- 


archaeological 


















vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (134.35) 


494.93 


122.62 


29.14 


N2:T1 


38 








Jowar 


TK (128.28) 




















W (6.07) 












PR 


Warangal 31 


ED, 


Rice 


T (431.39) 


82.55 


80.94 


8.50 


N5:C2 


39 






EAG 




TK {399-02} 




















W (32-37) 












PR 


Warangal 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (189.80) 


798.85 


20.23 


102-38 


N3:M2 


40 








Jowar 


TK (137.19) 




















W (52.61) 












KR 


Warangal 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (202.34) 


796.01 


142.45 


137.19 


N2 


41 








Jowar 


TK 02.34) 












PR 


Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (152-16) 


339.94 


*. 


123-43 


. . 


42 








Jowar 


TK (152.16) 












PR 


Warangal 35 


ED 


Rice 


T (60-70) 


420.47 


32.78 


42.90 


N2:T1 


43 








Jowar 


TK (60.70) 












KR 


Warangal 32 




Rice 


T (97.93) 


445.96 


40.06 


121.40 


. 


44 










W (56.65) 




















TK (41.28) 












KR 


Warangal 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (21.85) 


510.31 


41.68 


14.57 


N6:M5:T2 


45 










TK (21.85) 












KR 


Warangal 31 


ED 


Rice 


T (53.42) 


915.40 


28.73 


97.93 


Nl 


46 








Jowar 


TK (53-42) 












KR 


Warangal 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (140.42) 


967.20 


57.87 


64.75 


N1:T3 


47 








Jowar 


TK (140.42) 












PR 


Warangal 32 


EA 


Rice 


T (64.34) 


348.43 


127.48 


63.94 


N50:C2:M5:T3 


48 








Jowar 


TK (40,06) 




















W (24.28) 












PR 


Jangaon 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (114.53) 


892.74 


188.58 


41-68 


N9:M2:T2 


49 








Jowar 


W (100.77) 




















TK (13*76) 












PR 


Jangaon 28 


ED 


Rice 


T(56.66) 


40.47 


19.02 


407.52 


Tl 


50 








Jowar 


TK (56-66) 












PR 


Jangaon 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (79.32) 


787-11 


80-94 


37.63 


N6:T2 


51 








Jowar 


TK (79.32) 












PR 


Jangaon 24 


ED 


Rice 


T (30*76) 


624,02 


.. 


67.58 


N2 


52 










W (30.76) 












KR 


Jangaon 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (21.45) 


305,54 


97.12 


2.02 


.. 


53 








Jowar 


TK (21.45} 












PR 


Jangaon 34 


ED, 


Rice 


T (25.90) 


560,49 


80.94 


80.93 


.. 


54 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (25.90) 












KR 


Jangaon 36 


EAG 


Rice 


T (59.49) 


332.25 


109*26 


358.95 


Nl 


55 








Jowar 


W(43*30) 




















TK06.19) 












PR 


Warangal 37 


ED, 


Rice 


.. T (323,75) 


Ii416.40 


441.11 


1 173.58 


N30;Ml:Ti 


56 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (323.75) 












PR 


WarangaJ 38 


ED, 


Rice 


T (18.21) 


8- 10 


65*96 


2.83 


N37 


57 






EAG 


Jowar 


TK (1S.21) 













98 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion Name of village 
j-i -_ 


of the 


population 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 

No. 


village (in 

hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market , 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


CD <2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


58 Timmapur (Chitur) 


504-64 


122 


626 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


59 Suraram 


470.24 


173 


856 


P 


-5 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


60 Shapalle 


272.35 


83 


452 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


61 Thammadapalle 


1 008-47 


433 


1>948 


P 


RP 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


(Gudur) 




















62 Obalapur 


1,400.61 


270 


1,447 


P 


-5 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 



99 



DIRECTORV 
and Land use 


GHANPUR TALUK 

mM&m<&imi 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest 


town 


Power 


Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- 


Culturable 


Area not 


> any place of 
religious, 


tion 
Code 


Co village and distance 


supply 


food 


by 


source 


gated 


waste 


available 


historical or 


No. 


(inKms.) 


for culti- 


archaeological 






















vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR 


Warangal 


38 


ED, 


Rice 


T 


(40.47) 


228.24 


203-56 


12-14 




58 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK 


(40.47) 












KR 


Warangal 


40 


. 


Rice 


T 


(19.02) 


406,30 


40.87 


2.03 




59 










Jowar 


TK 


(19.02) 












KR 


Warangal 


40 


.. 


Rice 


T 


(18.21) 


242.81 


7.28 


4.05 


mm 


60 










Jowar 


TK 


(18,21) 












KR 


Warangal 


41 


ED, 


Rice 


T 


(69.20) 


541-06 


101.17 


297.04 


N2 


61 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK 


(69.20) 












KR 


Warangal 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T 


(68.80) 


242.81 


1*084.55 


4-05 


N7:M2 


62 










Jowar 


TK 


(68.80) 













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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

CHERIYAL TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 



36 


Abdulnagaram 


53 


Ainapur 


33 


Akkerajapalle 


17 


Aknour 


70 


Alimpur 


43 


Ammapur 


11 


Ankushapurain 


4 


Arjunapalle 


77 


Bachannapet 


16 


Bairanpalle 


72 


Bamdanagaram 


7$ 


Basir eddipalle 


9 


Bekkal 


41 


Bommakur 


12 


Bonthaghatnagaram 


50 


Chenchamkota 


25 


Cfaeriyal 


79 


Chinna Ramancherla 


2 


Chitiyal 


1 


Danampalle 


46 


Dharmaram 


7 


Dhoolmitta 


18 


Dommat 


63 


Dubbaguntapall e 


28 


Gagilapur 


37 


Gandiramvaram 


67 


Gangapuram 


21 


Gowraipalle 


55 


Gurvnnapet 


40 


Hanmanthpur 


69 


Itakalpalle 


5 


Jalapalle 


51 


Kadavergu 


3 


Kamlaipalle 


71 


Katkoor 


73 


Kesireddipalle 


23 


Kistampet 


75 


Kodvatnr 


22 


Komaravelle 


10 


Kondapur 


64 


Konne 


15 


Kootigal 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) <2) 



44 


Ladnoor 


45 


Lakkapalle 


74 


Lakshmapur 


61 


Lingampalle 


6 


Lingapuram 


38 


Machupahad 


27 


Maddur 


39 


Malafcpet 


60 


Mansanpalle 


20 


Marimusthiaya 


47 


Marmamula 


49 


Mustiyal 


66 


Nagireddipalle 


58 


Nagpur 


26 


Narasaipalle 


81 


Narayanapur 


34 


Narmetta 


35 


Narsapur alias 




Ramrajpalle 


65 


Padmati Keshvapur 


57 


Peddarajapet 


80 


Pocbannapeta 


56 


Posanapalle 


32 


Potharam 


2 


Puilagudem 



68 Ramachandrapurara 

52 Ramsagar 

29 Rebarthy 

48 Salakpur 

59 Salvapur 

14 Solipuram 



19 

78 
54 



Tadoor 

Tammadpalie 

Tapasapalle 



13 Tarigoppula 

8 Thornala 

30 Vallaiupatla 

32 Vangampallc 

24 Vccharani 

42 Vcldeuda 



101 



102 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 








VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 -f Kms. of the 
tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code village (in / * ^ / " 
No. hectares) House- Popula- Educational 
holds tion 

(1) (2) (3) (4A) (4B) (5) 


Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
( Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any waterway) 
(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 


1 Danampalle 842-55 236 1,051 P 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


2 Chitiyal 941-70 299 1,639 P 


10+ . W 


PO. 

Phone 


10+ 


10+ 


3 Kamlaipalle 356.53 164 771 P 


10+ W,TW 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


4 Arjunapalle 590.03 234 It 133 P,M 


10+ W 


POTO 


10+ 


10+ 


5 Jalapalle 494.93 248 1,147 P 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


6 Lingapurara 574.65 221 1,020 P 
7 Dhoolmitta 1,224-98 530 2,473 P,M,H 


10+ W 
10+ Wife 


PO, 

Phone 
PO, 

Phone 


10+ 
10+ 


10+ 
10+ 


8 Thornala 250-90 191 878 P 


10+ W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


9 Bekkal 1>086.98 224 1,073 P 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


10 Kondapur 861.57 285 1,513 p 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


11 Ankushapuram 1*367.83 357 1,834 P 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


12 Bontbagbatnagaram 1,538.21 401 2,108 p 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


13 Tarigoppula 2,361.33 842 4,061 P(2),M,H 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


14 Sotipuram 82 1.51 264 1,260 P 


10+ R 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


15 Koottgal 1,205,56 291 1,461 p 


10+ W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


16 Bairsupalle 784.68 408 1,780 P , M 


5-10 W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 



103 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


CHERIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power 
to village and distance supply 
(in Kms.) 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


"t Any pmv.c ui 

Area not religious, 
available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR 


Siddipet 


22 


EA 


Rice 


T (50-18) 


404.68 


314.44 


73.25 


1 










Jo war 


W (32-37) 




















O (17.81) 










KR 


Siddipet 


24 


EA 


Rice 


T (97.12) 


728.43 


4.05 


112-10 M1-.T1 


2 










Jowar 


TK (56.65) 




















W (40.47) 










KR 


Siddipet 


26 


EA 


Rice 


T(12.14) 


182.11 


61.11 


101.17 


3 










Jowar 


W (8.09) 




















TK (4-05) 










KR 


Siddipet 


28 


EA 


Rice 


T (150.95) 


337.10 


101.17 


0.81 Nl 


4 










Jowar 


TK (121.41) 




















W (26.30) 




















O (3.24) 










KR 


Siddipet 


29 


EAG 


Rice 


T(45.33) 


357.74 


48.56 


43.30 


5 










Jowar 


TK (45.33) 










KR 


Siddipet 


32 


EA 


Rice 


T (34-40) 


145.68 


305-54 


89.03 C1:T1 


6 










Jowar 


W (34.40) 










KR 


Siddipet 


32 


EA 


Rice 


T (197.48) 


.976.91 


40.47 


10.12 N10:M1 


7 










Jowar 


TK (84-17) 




















GC (80*94) 




















W(32.37) 










KR 


Siddipet 


34 


EAG 


Rice 


;. T (31-97) 


125.45 


40-47 


53.01 


8 










Jowar 


(16.59) 




















W (12-14) 




















TK (3.24) 










KR 


Jangaon 


28 


EA 


Rice 


T (117.36) 


450.41 


357.34 


161.87 


9 










Jowar 


O (40.47) 




















TK (32.38) 




* 
















W {24.28) 




















WE (20-23) 










KR 


Jangaon 


26 


EA 


Rice 


T (19,42) 


397.00 


161-87 


283.28 Ml 


10 










Jowar 


TK (19,42) 










KR 


Jangaon 


26 




Rice 


T (57.46) 


103,60 


453.65 


753.12 


11 










Jowar 


TK (57-46) 










KR 


Jangaon 


24 


EA 


Rice 


T (36,42) 


SS6,67 


372,31 


242.81 


12 










Jowar 


O (22.26) 




















W (14.16) 










PR 


Jangaon 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (7-28) 


567.37 


It214*05 


572*63 N2:C1:M1:T1 


13 










Jowar 


TK (7.28) 










KR 


Jangaon 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (56.25) 


291.37 


182.H 


291*78 M3 


14 










Jowar 


TK (56.25) 










KR 


Jangaon 


24 


EA 


Rice 


T (91.06) 


687*96 


405-09 


21.45 


15 










Jowar 


TK (91-06) 










PR 


Jangaon 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (g9.03) 


323,75 


319-29 


52.61 Nl 


16 










Jowar 


W (48.56) 




















TK <4Q.47) 











104 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


VAsUC 

No. 


v *i.j.agw v. Jiu 

hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- Educational 
tion 


Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
Notable) * the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


17 


Aknour 


3,029.06 


962 


4,415 


P,M,H 





W 


PO,TO, 


Monday 


BS 


















Phone 






18 


Dommat 


1,321.30 


326 


1,518 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO, 


5-10 


5-10 


















Phone 






19 


Tadoor 


866.03 


277 


1,281 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


20 


Marimusthiaya 


426.54 


297 


1,466 


P',M 


10 + 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS > 


21 


Gowraipalle 


664.90 


229 


1,209 


P 


10+ 


w 


5-10 


10+ 


-5 


22 


Komaravelle 


It 177. 63 


448 


2,246 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


23 


Kistampet 


M67.92 


208 


990 


P 


10+ 


w 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


24 


Vecharani 


903.26 


385 


1,825 


P 


"-5 


w 


PO 


-5. 


BS 


25 


Cheriyal 


4*525.59 


2,385 


12,139 


PMH 


H 


w 


PO,TO, 


Tuesday 


BS 












JC 






PTO, 






















Phone 






26 


Narasaipalle 


336-29 


275 


1,385 


P 


5-10 


w 


PO, 


5-10 


5-10 












, 






Phone 






27 


Maddur 


1,128.67 


527 


2,953 


P,M,H 


D 


w 


PO, 


5-10 


BS 


















Phone 






28 


Gagilapur 


1,053,39 


290 


1,461 


P 


-5 


w 


-5 


5-10 


-5 


29 


Rcbarthy 


933.61 


569 


2,679 


P.M 


5-10 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


30 


*"" 


815.84 


286 


1,317 


P 


5-10 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


31 


v..*..,,, 


723.17 


180 


908 


P 


5-10 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


















i 






32 


Potharana 


722-36 


215 


1,077 


P 


10+ 


w 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


33 


Akkerajapalle 


350.46 


216 


971 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


5-10 


BS 



00 



105 




DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


^ 


$ 

+ 

i 

^- 


) 


M 


*^~~s ' 


X 

CHERIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Cultivable 
waste 


-v any place or tion 
Area not religious, Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) (1) 


PR Siddipet 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (469.43) 


1*040.04 


988.64 


530.95 N4:M2 17 






Jowar 


W (210.44) 














TK (175.63) 














GC (83.36) 








KR Siddipet 29 


EA 


Rice 


T (109.27) 


817.06 


213.67 


181.30 N1:M1:T2 18 






Jowar 


W (48.56) 














TK (24-28) 














GC (20*24) 














(16.19) 








1 PR Siddipet 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (56.66) 


501.81 


161.06 


146.50 M2 19 




' 


Jowar 


TK (32.38) 










- 




W (24.28) 








PR Siddipet 24 


3 EA 


Rice 


T (57-47) 


308.37 


38-85 


21.85 20 




<T" 


Jowar 


TK (37.23) 














W (20.24) 








KR Siddipet 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (50.59) 


409.13 


176-85 


28.33 .. 21 




/ 


Jowar 


TK (50-59) 








PR Siddipet 24 


-> ED 


Rice 


T (84.98) 


808.56 


183.73 


100.36 Mallikarjana 22 




*+s 


Jowar 


TK (84.98) 






Swamy Temple, M2 


PR Siddipet 28 


<5 ED 


Rice 


T (32.37) 


899.21 


219.34 


17.00 .. 23 




j- 


Jowar 


TK (32-37) 








PR Siddipet 28 


, , ED 


Rice 


T(90.65) 


385.66 


346.01 


80.94 Tl 24 




H 


Jowar 


TK (90.65) 








PR Siddipet 31 


1 ED 


Rice 


T (225.81) 


2,986.57 


995-53 


317-68 N116:C9:M$:T3 25 






Jowar 


TK (225.81) 








KR Siddipet 32 


T EA 


Rice 


T (43*30) 


206.39 


48.56 


38.04 Nl 26 




^ 


Jowar 


W (40.47) 










Jc 




O (2.83) 








PR Jangaon 24 


^ EA 


Rice 


T (81-75) 


900.02 


22.66 


124-24 N6:M4:T2 27 




f 


Jowar 


TK (53.42) 










a 




W (28.33) 








KR Jangaon 26 


EC 


Rice 


T (168.75) 


730-86 


31.57 


122.21 ., 28 




\J 


Jowar 


TKU51.76) 














W (16.99) 








PR Jangaon 28 


EA 


Rice 


T (200.73) 


242.81 


396.59 


9(3.48 N2:M1 29 






Jowar 


TK (127-88) 














W (72.85) 








KR Jangaon 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (78,51) 


569.39 


99-55 


68.39 .. 3d 






Jowar 


TK (60.30) 














W (18.21) 








KR Jangaon 20 


EAG 


Rice 


T (23.07) 


556.56 


108*45 


25-09 31 






Jowar 


TK (22.26) 














GC (0.81) 








KR Jangaon 20 


ED 


Rice 


T (101.17) 


358.15 


302,34 


60,70 Tl 32 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (101.17) 








PR Jangaon 20 


HD> 


Rice 


T 148.56) 


30.94 


I8S.5S 


32-38 Ml 33 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK. (48.56} 









106 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 
No. hectares) 

CD (2) (3) 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 

House- Popula- 
holds tion 

(4A) (4B) 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Educational 

(5) 


Medical 
(6) 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any Waterway) 
(7) (8) (9) (10) 


34 Narmetta 


3 1 670. 08 


1,239 


5,955 


P,M 


H(A) 


W,TW 


PO 


Wednesday 


BS 


35 Narsapur 
alias Ramrajpalle 
36 Abdulnagaram 


1,105.19 
981.36 


170 
294 


825 
1.228 


P 
P 


5-10 
10+ 


W,TW 
W 


5-10 
PO.TO 


5-10 
10+. 


5-10 
BS 


37 Gandiramvaram 


1.056.63 


252 


M66 


P 


10+ 


TK 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


38 Machupahad 


1908.90 


395 


2,057 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


39 Malakpet 


197.89 


132 


617 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


40 Hanmanthpur 


1*447.28 


316 


1,568 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


41 Bommakur 


578.70 


211 


1,048 


P 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


42 Veldenda 


2,916.16 


819 


3867 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


43 Ammapur 


940.89 


424 


1957 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


44 Ladnoor 


1,597.29 


574 


2,923 


P,M,H 


PHC 


W 


PTO 


Saturday 


BS 


45 Lakkapalle 


292.59 


33 


177 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


BS 


46 Dhannaram 


380.40 


93 


506 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


47 Mannamula 


1,057.85 


369 


1,835 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


-5 


48 Salakpur 


908.52 


391 


1,903 


PM 


5-10 


" W 


PO, 

Phone 


5-10 


-5 


49 Mostiyal 


2*269.07 


952 


4>340 


PM,H 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


50 Chenchamkota 


802.89 


419 


2,085 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


51 Kadavergu 


2,389.26 


917 


4,273 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


52 Ramsagar 


373.93 


166 


807 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


53 Aicapur 


2*050.94 


627 


3,158 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



107 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


CHERIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 












. 




n nt-, nlnr-at f\f tlrtn 


Approach Nearest town 


Power 


Staple 


Forest Irrigated 


Unirri- 


Culturable 


Area not 


any |jia.cc ui nun 
religious, Code 


to village and distance 


supply 


food 


by source 


gated 


waste 


available 


historical or No. 


(in Kms.) 












for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20} (1) 


PR Jangaon 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (161.87) 


2,476.67 


412.37 


619.17 


N40:M2:T1 34 






Jowar 


W (161.87) 










KR Jangaon 20 


ED, 


Rice 


T (34.40) 


703.74 


141-64 


225.41 


35 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (34.40) 










PR Jangaon 20 


ED, 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


741-79 


.. 


178.87 


36 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (30.35) 
















W (30-35) 










KR Jangaon 20 


EAG 


Rice 


T (80.94) 


728.43 


.. 


247-26 


37 






Jowar 


WE (72.84) 
















TK (8.10) 










KR Jangaon 16 


EA 


Rice 


250.09 T (32.38) 


801.28 


809.37 


15.78 


38 






Jowar 


TK (32.38) 










KR Jangaon 14 


. B 


Rice 


T (20.23) 


133-14 


12-14 


32.38 


M4 39 






Jowar 


W (20.23) 










KR Jangaon 14 


EA 


Rice 


T (8.50) 


376.36 


399.02 


363.40 


40 






Jowar 


TK (8.50) 










KR Jangaon 14 


EAG 


Rice 


T (32-37) 


517-19 


.. 


29.14 


41 






Jowar 


TK (32.37) 










PR Jangaon 14 


ED 


Rice 


T (211.24) 


563.73 


902-45 


1 ,238-74 


M2:T3 42 






Jowar 


TK (211-24) 










KR Jangaon 20 


EA 


Rice 


T (109.26) 


101.18 


528.92 


201-53 


43 






Jowar 


TK (109-26) 










PR Jangaon 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (165.92) 


485.62 


338-72 


607.03 


N8:C1:M1:T3 44 






Jowar 


TK (165.92) 










PR Jangaon 24 


EAG 


Rice 


T(27.52) 


84.98 


161-88 


18.21 


45 






Jowar 


(15.38) 






* 










W (12.14) 










KR Jangaon 20 


EAG 


Rice 


T (42.49) 


300.28 


33.18 


4.45 


46 






Jowar 


TK (38.44) 










% 






W (4-05) 










KR Jangaon 22 


ED 


Rice 


T (101.17) 


870.07 


44.11 


42-50 


47 


KR Jangaon 24 


EA 


Jowar 
Rice 


TK (101.17) 
T (115,34) 


400.64 


331.84 


60-70 


N2:T1 4S 






Jowar 


TK (95.10) 
















W (20-24) 










PR Jangaon 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (238.76) 


737-34 


605.41 


687.56 


M2:TI 49 






Jowar 


TK. (238,76) 










PR Jangaon 27 


ED 


Rice 


158-64 T (41-28) 


250.90 


291-37 


60.70 


50 






Jowar 


TK (41.28) 










KR Siddipet 30 


ED 


Rice 
Jowar 


.. 4 T (186.56) 
TK (186,56) 


1,456-46 


461-75 


284.49 


M3 51 


KR Siddipet 28 


ED 


Rice 
Jowar 


v TCJ0.75) 
W (30.75) 


158.64 


104-41 


80.13 


52 


PR Siddipet 26 


ED 


Rice 

Jowar 


T (150.54) 
TK (147,71) 


428.97 


1,195.44 


275.99 


N6 53 








W (2.83) 











108 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of 
Loca- Total area Households and 
tion Name of village of the population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
Notable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 


















if any 


waterway) 


CD (2) 


<3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


54 Tapasapalle 


234.31 


118 


566 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


55 Gurvnnapet 


885.45 


224 


M95 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


56 Posanapalle 


458.10 


207 


1,010 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


57 Peddarajapet- 


244.83 


143 


726 


P 


10+ 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


58 Nagpur 


1,625.62 


631 


3,130 


P,M,H 


10+ 


w 


PO 


Thursday 


-5 


59 Salvapur 


933-61 


191 


1-031 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


60 Mansanpalle 


280.04 


108 


559 


P 


10+ 


w 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


61 Lingampalle 


857.12 


263 


1,358 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 
















Phone 






62 Pullagudem 


139.62 


23 


102 


-5 


10+ 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


63 Dubbaguntapalle 


314.44 


203 


952 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


64 Konne 


1,605-79 


439 


2,122 


P>MH 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


65 Padmati Keshvapur 


1,455.65 


403 


1,863 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


66 Nagireddipalle 


806.13 


247 


1,230 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


67 Gangapuram 


301.49 


131 


550 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


68 Ramachandrapuram 


522.85 


174 


849 


PM 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


69 Jtakalpalle 


794,80 


305 


1,488 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


70 Alimpur 


1*041.25 


253 


1245 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


7! Katkoor 


127K11 


455 


2>165 


P 


10+ 


W,TW 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


72 Banxknagaram 


392.14 


194 


956 


P 


10+ 


W,TW 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


73 KssireddipaHe 


1,227-81 


45S 


2,166 


P 


30+ 


w 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


74 Lakshmapur 


665.30 


49 


233 


P 


10+ 


w 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


75 Kodvatui- 


999-57 


300 


1>355 


P 


10+ 


w 


PO 


NH- 


-5 


76 Basireddipalle 


453-25 


118 


584 


P 


10+ 


w 


-5, 


10+ 


-5 



109 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


CHERIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including 


Loca- 

fixvn 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms,) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Calturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 
vation 


> any place of 
religious , 
historical or 
archaeological 
interest 


lion 
Code 
No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR 


Siddipet 


26 


* 


Rice 


T (23.87) 


95. 


10 


74.87 


40.47 




54 










Jowar 


TK (23.87) 














KR 


Siddipet 


28 


ED 


Rice 


T (35.61) 


547-94 


241.19 


60.71 





55 










Jowar 


TK (35-61) 














KR 


Siddipet 


29 


ED 


Rice 


T (32.38) 


252.52 


152.97 


20-23 


N1:M1 


56 










Jowar 


TK (32.38) 














KR 


Siddipet 


30 


.. 


Rice 


T (34.80) 


149.73 


17.00 


43.30 


B 9 


57 










Jowar 


W (34.80) 














KR 


Siddipet 


32 


ED 


Rice 


186.56 T (150-95) 


1,045.30 


182.11 


60.70 


Ml 


58 










Jowar 


TK (150.95) 














KR 


Siddipet 


36 


ED 


Rice 


T (87.01) 


420- 


47 


198-29 


227.84 


* 


59 










Jowar 


W (87.01) 














PR 


Siddipet 


36 


ED 


Rice 


158.23 T (25.49) 




fm 





96.32 


.. 


60 










Jowar 


TK (25.49) 














PR 


Jangaon 


26 


EA 


Rice 


T (10.12) 


725. 


60 


113.31 


8-09 


N1:M1 


61 










Jowar 


WE (10.12) 














KR 


Jangaon 


26 


. m 


Rice 


T (12.14) 


80. 


94 


.. 


40.47 


.. 


62 










Jowar 


TK (12.14) 














PR 


Jangaon 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T (7.28) 


299. 


47 


3.64 


4.05 




63 










Jowar 


TK (7.28) 














KR 


Jangaon 


28 


_ 


Rice 


T (52.61) 


1507. 


85 


4-86 


40-47 


.. 


64 










Jowar 


TK (52.61) 














PR 


Jangaon 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (34.40) 


916. 


20 


492.10 


12.95 


M3 


65 










Jowar 


TK (34.40) 














KR 


Jangaon 


24 




Rice 


T (63.94) 


463- 


36 


272-76 


6.07 


.. 


66 










Jowar 


W (63.94) 














KR 


Jangaon 


22 




Rice 


T (23.47) 


108- 


46 


50.18 


119*38 


Ml 


67 










Jowar 


W (23.47) 














KR 


Jangaon 


22 


ED 


Rice 


T (64.34) 


143. 


26 


134.76 


180.49 


.- 


68 










Jowar 


W (64.34) 














KR 


Jangaon 


20 


* 


Rice 


T (32.38) 


450. 


41 


296.63 


15.38 


.. 


69 










Jowar 


TK (32.38) 














PR 


Jangaon 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (9U05) 


225- 


Si 


524.07 


200.32 


.. 


70 










Jowar 


W (9U05) 














PR 


Jangaon 


21 


EA 


Rice 


T (131-93) 


608. 


24 


228.64 


302.30 


N4;M2 


71 










Jowar 


W(13!.93) 














PR 


Jangaon 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (64.75) 


242- 


81 


43.16 


36.42 


Ml 


72 










Jowar 


TK (64.75) 














KR 


Jangaon 


16 


EA 


Rice 


T (101.17) 


728- 


43 


319-30 


78,91 


N1:M1 


73 










Jowar 


TKC10I.17) 














KR 
KR 


Jangaon 
Jangaon 


19 
20 


EA 

* 


Rice 
Jowar 
Rice 
Jowar 


T (20.23) 
TK (20.23) 
T (6,07) 
TK (6,07) 


529. 
93. 


73 
48 


91.06 
41 6. S3 


24.28 
483.19 


^K 


74 
75 


KR 


Jangaon 


16 




Rice 


T (28,33) 


63. 


94 


42*49 


318*49 


* 


76 










Jowar 


TK (28*33) 















110 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Loca- 
tion Name of village 
Code 
Mo. 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 -f Kms. of the 
of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

village (in , ' > , * -^ 

hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 

(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 
if any Waterway) 



(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


77 Bachannapet 


2,037.59 


939 


4>887 


PMH 


PHCi 
FPC 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


78 Tammadpalle 


475.50 


171 


837 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 



79 Chinna Ramancherla 1>230*24 

80 Pochannapeta 121931 

81 Narayanapur 621.60 



388 1>900 P 

878 4,212 PtM,H 
266 1296 P 



-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 



Ill 



DIRECTORY 

and Land use 


CHERIYAL TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


^ anypiaceoi 
Area not religious , 
available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


tion 
Code 

No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


PR 


Jangaon 


16 


ED Rice 


"T (216. 10) 


460-94 


837. 


'70 


522. 


85 Ci:M4:Tl 


77 








Jowar 


TK (216.10) 
















PR 


Jangaon 


10 


ED Rice 


T (36-42) 


153. 


37 


267- 


09 


18. 


62 


78 








Jowar 


TK (33.99) 
























W (2.43) 
















KR 


Jangaon 


12 


EA Rice 


T (101.17) 


422- 


90 


594. 


48 


111. 


69 


79 








Jowar 


W (101.17) 
















PR 


Jangaon 


12 


ED Rice 


T (175.63) 


652. 


35 


249. 


69 


141. 


64 


80 








Jowar 


TK (175.63) 
















KR 


Jangaon 


14 


Rice 


T (10.93) 


10. 


92 


127- 


48 


472. 


27 


81 








Jowar 


TK (10.93) 

















JANGAON TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

JANGAON TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

4 Advikeshvapur 

8 Ashwaraopalle 

35 Bhanjipeta 

39 Cheeturu 

47 Chinna Rajupeta 

30 Chitkakodur 

31 Chowdaram 
26 Chowdarpalle 

32 Eswanthapur 
18 Fatheshapur 

37 Gabbetta 

20 Gangupahad 

1 Goprajpalle 

9 Govardhanagiri 

54 Gumadavalli 

17 Ibrahimpuram 

1 1 Ippagudem 

29 Jangaon 

55 Jedikal 



46 
36 
13 
41 
7 
38 
14 
52 
40 
10 



Kallem 

Kalvalapalle 

Kanchanpalle 

Kannaipalle 

Khileshapuram 

Koduru 

Komandla 

Kothapalle 

Kundaram 

Kurachapalle 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

49 L. Ghanpur 

16 Madharam 

19 Marigadi 

6 Mykaihat 

44 Nagaram 

42 Narayanapur 

43 Nellutla , 

33 Nidigonda 
51 Nyalapogula 

24 Oblakeshavapur 

23 Pasarmadla 

25 Peda Ramancherla 

2 Peddapahad 

45 Pernbarthy 

34 Raghunathapalle 

12 Samudrala 

22 Shamir pet 

27 Siddenki 

48 Siripuram 

50 Vaddicherla 
21 Vadlakonda 
15 Veldi 

3 Venkriya 



53 

28 
5 



Wanaparthy 

Yellemla 
Yerragollapahad 



114 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz. , 5 Kms. , 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code -.:- /.*- 
No, 


viuagc \iu 

hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
Notable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4u) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


1 


Goprajpalle 


746.64 


184 


905 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


2 


Peddapahad 


1,779.40 


566 


2,553 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 


















Phone 






3 


Venkriya 


1,021.02 


322 


1,379 


P 


10 + 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


4 


Advikeshvapur 


675-01 


193 


1,069 


P 


10+ 


W.TK 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


5 


Yerragollapahad 


1,042.47 


352 


1612 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


6 


Mykaihat 


1,234.29 


311 


1,600 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


7 


Khileshapuram 


4,791-47 


1,519 


6,859 


PiMH 


5-10 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 


















Phone 






8 


Ashwaraopalle 


1,831.60 


360 


1,554 


P 


H 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


9 


Govardhanagiri 


1,245.62 


394 


2,149 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


10 


Kurachapalle 


1,639.78 


536 


2,493 


P 


FPC 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 


















Phone 






11 


Ippagudem 


3,055.37 


1,309 


6,312 


P,M,H 


D 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS,RS 


12 


Samudrala 


1,604.98 


515 


2,601 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


13 


Kanchanpalle 


2,622.36 


1,052 


5,413 


P,M,H 


,D 


W 


PO.TO 


10+ 


BS 


14 


Komandla 


1,143.64 


525 


2,522 


P,M,H 


PHC, 


T,W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 










- 




FPC,H 










15 


Veldi 


670.56 


452 


2,147 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


16 


Madharam 


517.19 


233 


1,238 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


17 


Ibrahimpuram 


759,59 


261 


1,299 


P,M 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


18 


Fatheshapur 


1,057.04 


284 


1,380 


P 


FPC 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


19 


Marigadi 


1057.04 


291 


1,712 


P 


-5 


W 


/ PO 


5-10 


-5 





Gangupahad 


M3K5Q 


416 


3.883 


PM 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



115 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


JANGAON TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


> any piace 01 
Area not religious, 
available historical or 


tion 
Code 

No. 


(in Kms.) 












for culti- archaeological 
















vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


PR Jangaon 14 


ED 


Rice 


T (12-95) 


700.10 


3.24 


30-35 


1 






Jowar 


TK (12.95) 










PR Jangaon 12 


ED 


Rice 


T (102.39) 


1*583.13 


61.51 


32.37 


2 






Jowar 


TK (101-58} 
















W (0.81) 










PR Jangaon 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (68.80) 


607.03 


264-26 


80.93 


3 






Jowar 


TK (68.80) 










KR Jangaon 15 


ED 


Rice 





90.24 


493-72 


91.05 


4 






Jowar 












PR Jangaon 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (40-47) 


230.67 


201-94 


569.39 


5 






Jowar 


W (40.47) 










KR Jangaon 16 


ED 


Rice 


T (14.16) 


731.67 


386.88 


101.58 


6 






Jowar 


TK (14.16) 










PR Jangaon 13 


ED 


Rice 


144.47 T (289.75) 


928.75 


1.297.02 2 


,131.48 


7 






Jowar 


TK (289.75) 










PR Jangaon 16 


ED, 


Rice 


202.34 T (250.90) 


972.46 


154.99 


250.91 N4 


8 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (250.90) 










PR Jangaon 20 


ED, 


Rice 


T (55,04) 


717.51 


206.79 


266.28 


9 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (55.04) 










PR Jangaon 25 


ED, 


Rice 


T (74.46) 


1 .407.49 


40.47 


117.36 


10 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (74.46) 










PR Jangaon 28 


ED, 


Rice 


T (520.02) 


1*880-97 


236-74 


417.64 N20:M1 


11 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (439.08) 
















W (80.94) 










PR Jangaon 30 


ED, 


Rice 


T (111,29) 


1,210.41 


40.47 


242.81 N2:M2.-T2 


12 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (111-29) 










PR Jangaon 19 


ED, 


Rice 


T (219.74) 


2*023.42 


333.06 


46.14 N2:Cl:M3 


13 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (211.25) 
















W (8.49) 










PR Jangaon 18 


ED, 


Rice 


T (1H.29) 


745.02 


113.31 


174-02 N4:M1:T1 


14 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (95.91) 
















W (15.38) 










PR Jangaon 15 


ED, 


Rice 


T (58.68) 


522.85 


48*56 


40*47 


is 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (58.68) 










PR Jangaon 13 


ED, 


Rice 


T (40.47) 


376.76 


60.70 


39.26 


16 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (20.23) 
















W (20.24) 










KR Jangaon 10 


ED 


Rice 


T (80.94) 


607.03 


28.73 


42.89 


17 






Jowar 


TK (80.94) 










PR Jangaon 8 


ED, 


Rice 


T (104,00) 


681.89 


202.35 


68.80 Ml 


IS 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK(63.54) 
















W (40.46) 










KR Jangaon 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (29.54) 


964,36 


59,50 


3.64 


19 






Jowar 


TK (29.54) 










FR Jangaon 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (33.59)' ' 


965-58 


52-20 


39.66 Nl 


23 






Jowar 


TK (33.59) 











116 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 
/"* j 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 

f 


Code 
No. 


village (in 
hectares) 


House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 
market, station, 






















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


21 


Vadlakonda 


639- 


00 


670 


3,180 


P,M 


-5 


W,TW 


PO,TO, 


-5 


BS 




















Phone 






22 


Shamirpet 


1 ,097. 


91 


416 


1,969 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


23 


Pasarmadla 


'1,012. 


52 


299 


1,413 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


24 


Oblakeshavapur 


727- 


62 


364 


1,750 


P,M 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 




















Phone 






25 


Peda Ramancherla 


1,074. 


03 


296 


1,415 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


26 


Chowdarpalle 


145. 


69 


21 


123 


-5 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


27 


Siddenki 


833. 


65 


336 


1,595 


P,M 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


28 


Yellemla 


993. 


10 


356 


1621 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


BS 




















Phone 






29 


Jangaon 


1,605. 


79 


Urban Area {Jangaon 


Town) 










30 


Chitkakodur 


807. 


75 


266 


1,194 


P,M 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


31 


Chowdaram 


795. 


21 


240 


1,133 


P,M 


5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


BS 


32 


Eswanthapur 


661, 


66 


195 


872 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS,RS 


33 


Nidigonda 


1 ,432. 


18 


565 


2,639 


P,M,H 


D 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


34 


Raghunathapalle 


Iil79. 


66 


676 


3,362 


P.M.H. 


D(A) 


W,T 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS,RS 




















Phone 






35 


Bhanjipeta 


1,066.75 


392 


1,814 


p 


5-10 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


5-10 


36 


Kalvalapalle 


384.05 


17 


59 


-5 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


37 


Gabbetta 


788. 


33 


378 


1,734 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


38 


Koduru 


1*229- 


84 


352 


1,717 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 



39 Cheetum 

40 Kundarara 



950,60 372 1,866 P,M 10+ W,TW PO,TO, 

Phone 
2^435.80 711 3,441 P,M FPC W PO,TO 



10+ 



BS 
BS 



117 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


JANGAON 1 


'ALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 

(11) (12) (13) (14) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 

(15) (16) 


Unirri- 
gated 

(17) 


v any piacc 01 
Culturable Area not religious, 
waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 

(18) (19) (20) 


tion 
Code 

No. 

(1) 


PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (113.31) 


129.50 


323.34 


72,85 


21 










Jowar 


TK (113-31) 














PR 


Jangaon 


3 


ED 


Rice 


T (51.39) 


282.88 


714.67 


48 


.97 CI 


22 










Jowar 


TK (51.39) 














PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T(59.89) 


68.39 


786.30 


97 


94 Nl:M2:Tl 


23 










Jowar 


W (50-18) 
























TK (9.71) 














PR 


Jangaon 


12 


ED 


Rice 


T(5i.80) 


101 


17 


109.27 


465.38 N2:M1.:T1 


24 










Jowar 


TK (51.80) 














PR 


Jangaon 


12 


ED 


Rice 


T (90.65) 


222.58 


370.69 


390.11 


25 










Jowar 


TK(90-65) 














PR 


Jangaon 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (6.88) 


53.82 


82.56 


2.43 


26 










Jowar 


TK (6.88) 














PR 


Jangaon 


8 


ED 


Rice 


T(10. 12) 


608.65 


175.23 


39.65 


27 










Jowar 


TK (10.12) 














PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (59.49) 


847.41 


42.09 


44. 


11 


28 










Jowar 


W (43.30) 
























TK (16.19) 
























Urban Area (Jangaon 


Town) 


29 


KR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (46.94) 


646.28 


74.06 


40 


.47 N1:M4:T2 


30 










Jowar 


TK (46.94) 














PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (83.36) 


607.03 


95.91 


8.91 


31 










Jowar 


TK (83.36) 














PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (22-26) 


376.36 


214.48 


48.56 Ml 


32 










Jowar 


W (12.14) 
























TK (10-12) 














PR 


Jangaon 


9 


ED 


Rice 


T (194.25) 


849. 


84 


347.62 


40- 


47 N20:M4 


33 










Jowar 


TK (194.25) 














PR 


Jangaon 


13 


EA 


Rice 


224.60 T (82.56) 


762. 


83 


85-39 


24. 


48 N22:M3 


34 










Jowar 


TK (82.56) 














KR 


Jangaon 


16 


ED, 


Rice 


T (137-59) 


578. 


70 


343.98 


6. 


48 Ml 


35 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (137.59) 














KR 


Jangaon 


17 


ED, 


Rice 


T (22.66) 


111,29 


246.05 


4, 


05 


36 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (15,78) 
























W (6.88) 














PR 


Jangaon 


19 


ED, 


Rice 


T (88.22) 


551.99 


141.64 


6.48 Nl 


37 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (88-22) 














PR 


Jangaon 


19 


ED 


Rice 


T (112.51) 


809. 


37 


240,38 


67- 


58 


3$ 










Jowar 


TK (102.39) 
























W (10-12) 














PR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED, 


Rice 


T (72-84) 


670' 


97 


109-67 


97.12 N3:T1 


39 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (72-84) 














PR 


Jangaon 


15 


ED, 


Rice 


T (215.70) 1 


,297, 


82 


724.39 


197* 


89 Nl:M2:TI 


40 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (215.70) 















118 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 

No. hectares) 
(1) (2) (3) 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 

House- Popula- 
holds tion 

(4A) (4B) 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Educational 

(5) 


Medical 
(6) 


Drinking 
water 
(Potable) 

(7) 


Post and 
Telegraph 

-(8) 


Day or 
days of 
the 
market , 
if any 
(9) 


Communica- 
tions (Bus 
stop, Railway 
station, 
Waterway) 
(10) 


41 Kannaipalle 


534.99 


128 


610 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


42 Narayanapur 


1,189-37 


436 


2,309 


P 


5-10 


TW 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


43 Nelhitla 


2,013.71 


1,011 


5,273 


P 


RP 


W PO,TO 


-5 


BS 


44 Nagaram 


498.57 


208 


1,091 


P 


5-10 


W,TW 


5-10 


5-10 


-5 


45 Pembarthy 
46 Kallem 


1,256.14 
2,017.76 


734 
626 


3,585 
2,906 


P,M,H 
P,M 


H(A). 
D(U) 
5-10 


W PO,TO, 
Phone 
W PO 


5-10 
5-10 


BS,RS 
BS 


47 Chinna Rajupeta 
48 Siripuram 


33.99 
956.67 


239 


Uninhabited 
1,139 P 


H(A) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


49 L. Ghanpur 


2,122,98 


756 


3,660 


P,M,H 


O 


W 


PO, 

Phone 


10+ 


BS 


50 Vaddicherla 
51 Nyalapogula 


1,764-02 
1,106.81 


823 
334 


3,784 
1,508 


P,M,H 
P 


10+ 
10+ 


W 
TW 


PO, 

Phone 
PO, - 
Phone 


10+ 
10+ 


BS 
BS 


52 Kothapalle 


711-44 


214 


1,064 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO, 

Phone 


10+ 


BS 


53 Wanaparthy 
54 Gumadavalli 


1,686.73 
938.87 


497 
316 


2,220 
1,460 


P,M 
P 


10+ 
10+ 


W 
W 


PO, 

Phone 
PO 


10+ 
10 + 


BS 
BS 


55 JeOikal 


995.12 


322 


1,533 


P 


O 


TW 


PO 


Saturday 


BS 



119 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


JANGAON TALUK 


j Land use (i.e.. area under different types of land use Remarks 
! in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 

4-iyvn 


? 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


> any piace 01 
Culturable Area not religious, 
waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


tion 
Code 

No. 


1 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


1 


PR 


Jangaon 


14 


ED, 


Rice 


T (56-25) 


242.81 


171. 


18 


64-75 


41 


! 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (34.40) 
























. W (21.85) 












1 


PR 


Jangaon 


10 


ED, 


Rice 


T (166-73) 


749.88 


169.97 


102-79 Nl 


42 


3 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (166.73) 












' 


PR 


Jangaon 


4 


ED 


Rice 


T (126.67) 


1*577.46 


21.85 


287-73 N1:C1:M4:T1 


43 












Jowar 


TK (126.67) 












i; 


KR 


Jangaon 


3 


ED 


Rice 


T (32.37) 


75.68 


307.56 


82.96 


44 


r 










Jowar 


TK (32.37) 












* 
1 


PR 


Jangaon 


6 


ED 


Rice 


T (165.51) 


809.37 


95. 


,51 


185.75 N30:M5 


45 


1 










Jowar 


TK (165.51) 












P 


PR 


Jangaon 


5 


ED 


Rice 


T (74.06) 


1.861.55 


49- 


78 


32-37 M4 


46 


2 










Jowar 


TK (74,06) 












i 












Uninhabited 










47 


I 


PR 


Jangaoa 


9 


ED 


Rice 


T (71.63) 


m ^ 


798. 


44 


86.60 


48 


& 










Jowar 


TK (40.47) 












1' 












W (31.16) 












{ 


PR 


Jangaon 


8 


ED 


Rice 


T (227-84) 


1 >571-39 


202. 


34 


121-41 Ml 


49 












Jowar 


TK (139.21) 
























W (88.63) 














PR 


Jangaon 


7 


ED, 


Rice 


T (249-29) 


1*214-05 




.. 


300.68 N1:M2:T1 


50 










EAG 


Jowar 


TK (249-29) 








^ fl I C 3 






PR 


Jangaon 


16 


ED, 


Rice 


T (116.95) 


728.84 


137. 


59 


123.43 j-jgnbnan? 


51 










EAG 


Jowar 


W (80.94) 
























TK (36.01) 














PR 


Jangaon 


13 


ED, 


Rice 


T (137.59) 


491.69 


34- 


40 


47.76 N2:M1:T1 


52 










EAG 


Jowar 


TK (105.22) 
























W (32.37) 














PR 


Jangaon 


16 


ED, 


Rice 


T (137-59) 


1,116.12 


323- 


75 


109.27 N1:M1:T1 


53 










EAG 


Jowar 


TK (137.59) 














PR 


Jangaon 


13 


ED 


Rice 


T (66.37) 


266.69 


62. 


72 


543.09 


54 












Jowar 


TK (66.37) 














PR 


Jangaon 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (82.56) 


749.48 


80. 


12 


82.% . N5 


55 












Jowar 


TK (82.56) 













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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

KODAKONDLA TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 



27 
9 



35 
13 



38 

46 

12 

6 

1 

49 



Authapuram 
Ayyagaripalle 

Bommera 

Channur 
Chowdur 



22 Dardepalle 

39 Devaruppala 
37 Dharmapuram 

32 Edunuthula 

31 Gantlakunta 

40 Gollapalle 
4 Gudur 



Iravennu 

Kadavendi 

Kodakondla 

Kolkonda 

Kondapuram 

Kothalabad 

Kurpalle 



43 Lakshmakkapalle 

8 Lakshminarayanapuram 

19 Madhapuram 

18 Madur Kalan 

14 Madur Khurd 

36 Mailaram 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

24 Mallarapalle 
34 Manchippula 

41 Manpahad 

42 Mondrai 
33 Muthram 

28 Nancharimodur 

47 Narasingapuram 

16 Nirmala 

45 Pakala 

7 Palakhurthy 

29 Peddavangara 

30 Pochampalle 
51 Pocfaaram 

17 Rama rajpalle 
44 Ramavaram 

48 Rangapuram 
26 Regula 

11 Shatapuram 

15 Singarajpalle 

21 Teegaram 

3 Thirmalagiri 

10 Thorrur 

23 Valmadi 

25 Vavilala 
20 Visnoor 

50 Wadde Kotfaapalle 



121 



122 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
c de village (in 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village the distant 
Households and in broad ranges viz,, -5 Kms. . 5-10 Kms. and 10 + ms of the 
Population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- Popula- Educational 
holds tioa 


Medical 


Drinking 
water 


Post and Day or 
Telegraph days of 


Communica- 
tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 


the 


stop, Railway 














market, 


station, 


(1> (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) (5) 


(6) 


(7) 


if any 
(8) (9) 


Waterway) 
(10)' 


1 Kothalabad 


422.49 


144 


677 p 


10+ 


W 


-5 10+ 


5-10 


2 Iravennu 


1,263.83 


389 


1.962 p 


10+ 


W 


PO 10+ 


5-10 


3 Thirmalagiri 


341.15 


124 


583 p 


10+ 


W 


-5 10+ 


-5 


4 Gudur 


2,187.32 


909 


4,508 P,M,H 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


5 Bommera 


2,279.99 


581 


2.827 P,M,H 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


6 Kondapuram 


606.22 


267 


1 ,532 p 


5-10 


w 


PO 10+ 


5-10 


7 Palakhurtby 


1*435.01 


746 


3,439 P,M,H 


FPC, 


W PO,TO 10+ 


BS 


8 Lakshminarayana- 
puram 


306-75 


237 


1>139 p 


PHC 

-5 


W 


5-10 10+ 


-5 


9 Ayyagaripalle 
10 Thorrur 


339-13 

692.42 


385 


Uninhabited 
1>897 p 


5-10 


W 


PO 10+ 


BS 


11 Shatapuram 


730.05 


163 


858 p 


5-10 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


12 Kolkonda 


1.193.41 


484 


2,436 p,M 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


13 Chowdur 


656*80 


136 


589 p 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


-5 


14 Madur Khurd 


5,099.84 


968 


4,835 P,M,H 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


15 Siugarajpalle 


706-98 


274 


1,239 p 


10+ 


W PO 


,TO 10+ 


-5 


16 Nirmala 


1*255.33 


368 


It742 p 


10+ 


W PO,TO 10+ 


5-10 


17 Ramarajpalle 


527.71 


187 


872 p 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


5-10 


18 Madur Kalan 


2,180.85 


714 


3,404 p 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


BS 


19 Madfaapuraro 


1*488.83 


529 


2,919 p 


10+ 


w 


PO 10+ 


10+ 


20 Visnoor 


1 '963. 13 


475 


2,225 p 


















-5 


w 


PO 10+ 


-5 


21 Teegaram 


351.27 


122 


612 p 


















-5 


w 


-5 10+ 


-5 



123 



DIRECTORY 
and Land nse 


KODAKONDLA TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(inKms.) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


~ __ s any piace QI 
Culturable Area not religious, 
waste available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR 


Jangaon 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (18.62) 


351.67 


34.40 


17.80 


1 










Jowar 


W (10,52) 




















TK (8.10) 










KR 


Jangaon 


21 


ED 


Rice 


T (135.57) 


263.45 


108-05 


756.76 Nl:M2:Tl 


2 










Jowar 


TK (113-31) 




















W (22.26) 










KR 


Jangaon 


22 


ED 


Rice 


.. 


231.89 


8.09 


101.17 


3 










Jowar 












PR 


Jangaon 


27 


ED 


Rice 


T (226- 62) 


1,483.17 


414-40 


63.13 Tl 


4 










Jowar 


TK (226.62) 










PR 


Jangaon 


28 


ED 


Rice 


T (181. 30) 


81,34 


304.73 


1.712.62 


5 










Jowar 


TK (181.30) 










KR 


Jangaon 


32 


.. 


Rice 


T (6-88) 


451.63 


89.03 


58.68 


6 










Jowar 


TK (6.88) 










PR 


Jangaon 


30 


.. 


Rice 


T (171.18) 


820.30 


321-32 


122.21 N40:M6 


7 










Jowar 


TK (171.18) 










KR 


Jangaon 


26 


ED 


Rice 


T (58-27) 


156.61 


10-93 


80.94 


8 










Jowar 


TK (58<27) 




















Uninhabited 








9 


PR 


Jangaon 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T (145-69) 


28,73 


76.08 


441.92 N3;T1 


10 










Jowar 


TK (80-94) 





















W (64.75) 










PR 


Jangaon 


22 


mm 


Rice 


T (24.28) 


543-49 


93.08 


69.20 Nl 


11 










Jowar 


TK (16.19) 




















W (8.09) 










PR 


Jangaon 


17 


ED 


Rice 


T (66.77) 


809.37 


20.23 


297.04 N2:M2 


12 










Jowar 


TK (66.77) 










KR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (36.02) 


534.59 


44.51 


41.68 


13 










Jowar 


TK (36.02) 










PR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (303.51) 


4*043,20 


404-69 


348.44 N5 


14 










Jowar 


TK (303.51) 










KR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (79.32) 


546.73 


20.23 


60.70 NI:MI 


15 










Jowar 


TK (79.32) 










KR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (34-80) 


223.79 


186.97 


809.37 


16 




* 






Jowar 


TK (24.28) 




















W (10-52) 










KR 


Jangaon 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (17.00) 


172.40 


135.97 


202.34 


17 










Jowar 


TK (17.00) 










PR 


Jangaon 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (180.09) 


520.E3 


165.92 


t ,314-01 M1:T1 


18 










Jowar 


TK (180-09) 










KR 


Jangaon 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T (74.86) 


668.94 


363.41 


381,62 


19 










Jowar 


TK (74-86) 










KR 


Jangaon 


28 


ED 


Rice 


T (131.12) 


. . 


212.06 


1,619.95 N2;T1 


20 










Jowar 


TK (131.12) 










KR 


Jangaon 


29 




Rice 


T (28.73) 


* m 


6.SS 


315.66 


21 










Jowar 


TK (22-66) 




















WC6.CW) 











124 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 
No. hectares) 

(1) (2) (3) 


Total number of 
. Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


House- 
holds 

(4A) 


Popula- 
tion 

(4B) 


Educational 
(5) 


Medical 
(6) 


Drinking Post and 
water Telegraph 
(Potable) 

(7) (8; 


Day or Communica- 
days of tions (Bus- 
the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any waterway) 
(9) (10) 


22 


Dardepallc 


2.134.31 


695 


3,450 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


23 


Valmadi 


1,271.52 


582 


2,588 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


24 


Mallampalle 


1,709.39 


375 


1,971 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


25 


Vavilala 


2,040.82 


568 


2,803 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


26 


Regula 


784.68 


260 


1,246 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


27 


Authapuram 


1,248.45 


674 


3,100 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


28 


Nancharimodur 


1,308.76 


470 


2,100 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


29 


Peddavangara 


1,719.91 


757 


3,608 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


. -5 


30 


Pochampalle 


877.76 


360 


1,827 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


31 


Gantlakunta 


1)445.13 


426 


2,131 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


32 


Edunuthula 


1*349.22 


648 


3,095 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


33 


Muthram 


2,235.07 


457 


2,079 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


34 


Maachippula 


1,219.72 


355 


1,684 


P 


10+ 


W,T 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


35 


Channur 


1,507.45 


477 


2,314 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


10+ 


36 


Mailaram 


558.87 


67 


335 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


37 


Dnarmapuram 


991-88 


385 


2,179 


P 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


38 


Kadavendi 


4,905.59 


1061 


5,064 


P,M 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ ~ 


BS 


39 


Bevaruppala 


2,807.70 


1,099 


5,371 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


-5 


40 


Goilapalie 


291-78 


143 


598 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


41 


Manpahad 


327.39 


130 


586 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


42 


Moodrai 


1*380.38 


756 


3,581 


P 





W,T 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 



125 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


KODAKONDLA TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 

supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(in Kms.) 












for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Jangaon 30 


ED 


Rice 




1,801-66 


311.61 


21.04 




22 






Jowar 














KR Jangaon 32 


ED 


Rice 


T (161.87) 


826.37 


202-34 


80.94 


N2 


23 






Jowar 


TK (161.87) 












KR Jangaon 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (86-20) 


li282-85 256.97 


83.37 




24 






Jowar 


TK (86.20) 












KR Jangaon 38 


. . 


Rice 


T (275.18) 


Ii685.11 


73.65 


6.88 




25 






Jowar 


TK (275.18) 












KR Jangaon 42 


. 


Rice 


T (45.32) 


649.92 


31.16 


19.02 




26 






Jowar 


W (45-32) 












KR Jangaon 44 


ED 


Rice 


T (121.40) 


1,006.86 


34.40 


85.79 




27 






Jowar 


W (109.26) 


















O (12-14) 












PR Jangaon 46 


ED 


Rice 


T (118.98) 


486.43 


104.01 


599.34 




28 






Jowar 


TK (84.99) 


















W (33.99) 












KR Jangaon 48 


ED 


Rice 


T (193.84) 


1.259.78 


159-45 


106.84 


N10:C1:M1:T1 


29 






Jowar 


W (193.84) 












KR Jangaon 44 


ED 


Rice 


T (97-53) 


520.02 


180.49 


79.72 




30 






Jowar , 


TK (78,9!) 


















W (18,62) 












KR Jangaon 42 


. 9 


Rice 


T (214.89) 


927.94 


221.36 


80.94 




31 






Jowar 


TK (214.89) 












KR Jangaon 38 


,, 


Rice 


T (182*92) 


916.20 


119,79 


130.31 


m 


32 






Jowar 


TK (182-92) 












KR Jangaon 36 


. . 


Rice 


T (112.91) 


1,846.98 


161 .87 


113.31 


N2:M1 


33 






Jowar 


TK (112-91) 












KR Jangaon 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (116.95) 


830.41 


32.38 


239.98 





34 






Jowar 


TK (116.95) 












KR Jangaon 31 


ED 


Rice 


T (97.12) 


1*115*72 


161.87 


132.74 


N2 


35 






Jowar 


TK (97.12) 












KR Jangaon 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (22-66) 


403.07 


100.77 


32.37 


V 


36 






Jowar 


TK (22,66) 












KR Jangaon 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (89.03) 


764,45 


97.93 


40.47 


Nl 


37 






Jowar 


TK (89.03) 












PR Jangaon 24 


ED 


Rice 


T (202.34) 


4,032.28 


326.58 


344,39 


HI. 'Ml 


38 






Jowar 


TK (202.34) 












KR Jangaon 28 


ED 


Rice 


T (204.77) 


2,462.50 


87-82 


52.6! 


N27:T5 


39 






Jowar 


TK (204,77) 












PR Jangaon 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (34-40) 


203,56 


17.00 


36.82 





40 






Jowar 


TK (34.40) 












KR Jangaon 31 


ED 


Rice 


T (40.47) 


259-00 


* 


27.92 


B m 


41 






Jowar 


TK (40-47) 












PR Jangaon 33 


ED 


Rice 


T (39,03) 


900* 02 


182.92 


206.4} 


*> * 


42 






Jowar 


TK (81.75) 


















Wf7.28) 













126 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 

Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Krns., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 

Code village (in , ' , , * ^ 

No. hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 



holds tion 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4A) 



(4s) 



(5) 



(6) 



water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any waterway) 
(7) (8) (9) (10) 



43 Lakshmakkapalle 



2,008.05 



504 2,684 



5-10 



W 



PO 



10+ 



5-10 



44 Ramavarara 



2,206.75 



552 2,671 



P,M 



HC 



W 



PO 



10+ 



BS 



45 Pakala 

46 Kodakondla 

47 Narasingapuram 

48 Rangapuram 

49 Kurpalle 

50 Wadde Kothapalle 

51 Pocharam 



776.99 


315 


1,539 


P 


-5 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


-5 


2,289.71 


1,123 


5,187 


P,M,H 


PHC 


W 


PO,TO, 
PTO 


10+ 


BS 


331.44 


155 


784 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


575.06 


280 


If 197 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


546.32 


243 


1,122 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


1,051.37 


331 


1,567 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


5-10 


344.39 


50 


269 


P 


10+ 


WT 


5-10 


10 + 


5-10 



127 



DIRECTORY 
and Land nse 



KODAKONDLA TALUK 



Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 



.iu uac u.c., area unaer omerent types ot land 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 



Approach Nearest town Power Staple 
to village and distance supply food 
(in Kms.) 



(11) 



(12) 



(13) (14) 



Forest 



(15) 



Irrigated 
by source 



(16) 



Unirri- Culturable Area not 
gated waste available 
for culti- 
vation 



(17) 



(18) 



(19) 



Remarks 

including Loca- 
^ any place of tion 
religious, Code 
historical or No. 
archaeological 
interest 

(20) 



KR 


Jangaon 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T (78.91) 


1>62S 


.05 288.54 


12 


55 


T2 43 










Jowar 


TK (62.72) 






















W (16.19) 












PR 


Jangaon 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T (110.07) 


1*869 


-65 


227 


03 


N2:C1:M5:T2 44 










Jowar 


TK (107-24) 






















W (2.83) 












KR 


Jangaon 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T (172.40) 


371.50 44-51 


188 


.58 


45 










Jowar 


TK (172.40) 












PR 


Jangaon 


40 


ED 


Rice 


T (336-29) 


1686 


-32 


267.10 


C1:M6 46 










Jowar 


TK (336-29) 












KR 


Jangaon 


40 


ED 


Rice 


T (36.83) 


282.87 0.41 


11.33 


47 










Jowar 


TK (36-83) 












KR 


Jangaon 


42 


* 


Rice 


T (106-03) 


387, 


28 .; 


81.75 


MlrTl 48 










Jowar 


TK (106-03) 












KR 


Jangaon 


44 


ED 


Rice 


T (85.79) 


398.61 29.95 


31 


-97 


49 










Jowar 


TK (85.79) 












KR 


Jangaon 


50 


ED 


Rice 


TU78.87) 


730. 


05 63.94 


78.51 


50 










Jowar 


TK (178.87) 












KR 


Jangaon 


48 


ED 


Rice 


T (202.34) 


97. 


53 36.42 


8. 


10 


51 










Jowar 


TK(101.I7) 






















O (101.17) 













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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

WARDHANNAPET TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

CD (2) 

4 Alipur 

3 Ammavaripet 

60 Annaramsherief 

28 Bandantapuram 

1 Bhatpalle 

14 Bollekunta 

50 Burhanpalle 

18 Chennaram 

39 Chintanekkonda 

40 Choutapalle 



29 
30 



Dammannapet 
Divitipalle 



38 Engole 

10 Gadepalle 

32 Gannaaram 

20 Gavicherla 

62 Ghattikal 

36 Gopanapalle 

6 Inole 

63 Jagannathapalle 

16 Kakiralapalle 

59 Kalleda 

37 Kanakapaka 

13 Kapulakanuparthy 

51 Katrepalle 

12 Katrepalle (Haveli) 

25 Katrial 

48 Kesavapur 

49 Kolampalle 
5 Kondaparty 

61 Kondapur 

47 Konduni 

34 Kothapalle 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No 

(1) (2) 

2 Kothapalle (Haveli) 

43 Kothur 

44 Laibarthy 
23 Lohitha 

8 Mamnoor 

53 Muripirala 

54 Mylaram 

9 Nakkalapalle 
35 Nailaballe 
27 Nandanatn 

64 Ookal patti Raiparthi 

17 Panthini 

58 Parvathagiri 

55 Periked 

52 Pothireddipalle 

15 Punnole 

45 Raipatty 

19 Ramachandrapur 

31 Ramavaram 



56 
42 


Revooru 
Rollakal 


65 
22 
7 
57 


Sannuru 
Shapur 
Singarara 
Somaram 


21 

46 


Theegrajupalle 
Thirmalapalle 


24 


Upparapalle 


11 


Venkatapur (Haveli) 


41 
33 


Wadlakonda 
Wardhaimapet 



26 Yellanda 



129 



130 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz,, 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 


















No, 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and 


Day or 


- 
Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market , 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


0) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


I Bhatpalle 


245.24 


318 


1,549 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


2 Kothapalle (Haveli) 


413.99 


174 


945 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


5-10 


-5 


3 Ammavaripet 


624-02 


46 


242 


P 


5-10 


W 


--5 


5-10 


-5 


4 Alipur 


218-53 


201 


1*265 


-5 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


5 Kondaparty 


2,581-08 


1*228 


5,873 


P,M>H 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


6 Inole 


1>839.70 


1,090 


5,323 


P>M,H 


RP 


W 


PO.TO 


10+ 


BS 


7 Singaram 


813-01 


406 


1,999 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


8 Mamnoor 


l>003-62 


970 


5*211 


PM 


H 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


9 Nakkalapalle 


274.78 


93 


517 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


BS 


10 Gadepalle 


704-56 


345 


2,021 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


11 Venkatapur (Haveli) 


427.35 


206 


1*023 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


12 Katrepalle (Haveli) 


890.71 


462 


2,203 


P 


H 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


13 Kapulakanuparthy 


1*093-05 


570 


2,874 


P 


CHW,0 


W POTO, 


10+ 


BS 
















PTO 






14 Bollekunta 


1 198- 68 


658 


3,186 


P,M>H 


PHC 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


15 Punnole 


1*089.41 


593 


2,899 


P 


RP 


W 


PO>TO 


10+ 


BS 


16 Kakiralapalle 


1*523.64 


427 


2*046 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


17 Panthini 


1*432.99 


618 


2,966 


P 


RP 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


IS Cbcnoaram 


1*002.81 


472 


1*939 


P 


RP 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 



131 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 


decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kins.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Cultivable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


- any place of ~"~ 
religious, 
historical or 


lion 
Code 
No. 














for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 9 


ED 


Rice 


T (85.39) 


118.17 


22.26 


19.42 




1 






Jowar 


TK (80.94) 


















W (4.45) 












KR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (66.37) 


104.41 


147-30 


95,91 




2 






Jowar 


W (44.52) 


















TK (21.85) 












KR Warangal 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


368.26 


123.43 


71.63 




3 






Jowar 


TK (60-70) 












KR Warangal 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (24-28) 


145.69 


18.21 


20.23 




4 






Jowar 


W (24.28) 












KR Warangal 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (218.53) 


I2l8.9i 


819-89 


323.75 


M2:T10 


5 








TK (210.44) 


















W (8.09) 












PR Warangal 16 


ED 


Rice 


T (242-81) 


M89.65 


24.28 


82.96 


Sri Mallikarjuna 


6 






Jowar 


W (161-87) 


Swamy Temple* 








TK (80.94) 








N6:M2 




KR Warangal 12 


ED 


Rice 


T (99.96) 


504.64 


182.11 


26.30 


M2:T1 


7 






Jowar 


TK (99.96) 












PR Warangal 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (97.13) 


329.41 


386.88 


190-20 


Tl 


8 






Jowar 


TK (97.13) 












PR Warangal 3 


t f 


Rice 


T (25.09) 


76.89 


17,00 


155.80 


. . 


9 






Jowar 


TK (16.19) 


















W (8.90) % 












KR Warangal 4 


ED 


Rice 


T (93.89) 


526.09 


72.84 


11.74 


M2:T4 


10 






Jowar 


TK (93.89) 












KR Warangal 7 


ED 


Rice 


T (81.34) 


323-75 


mm 


22.26 


Nl 


11 






Jowar 


W (57.06) 






^ 












TK (24-28) 












KR Warangal 7 




Rice 


T (80-94) 


584.77 


177.25 


47.75 


.. 


12 






Jowar 


TK (80.94) 












PR Warangal 7 


EA 


Rice 


T (48.56) 


776.99 


164.30 


103.20 


N5:M2 


13 






Jowar 


TK (24.28) 


















W (24.28) 












PR Warangal 7 


ED 


Rice 


T (124.64) 


974.08 


. 


99,96 


N16:M2:T1 


14 






Jowar 


TK 112.91) 


















W (11.73) 












PR Warangal 13 


ED 


Rice 


T (114*93) 


SI 6. 65 


32.78 


125.05 


N2 


15 






Jowar 


TK (114.93) 












KR Warangal 18 


ED 


Rice 


T (212-05) 


1,266.26 


.. 


45.33 


. 


16 






Jowar 


TK (212.05) 












PR Warangal 15 


ED 


Rice 


T <447,58) 


836.48 


14450 


2,43 


N20:C^M3:T4 


17 






Jowar 


W (447.58) 












FR. Warangal 13 


EA 


Rice 


T (146.50) 


653.97 


W-2T 


. WW 


H5;T1 


IS 






Jowar 


TKL (I05-62) 


















W (46.88) 













132 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Total number of 
Loca - Total area Households and 
tion Name of village of the population 
Code village (in , * 


Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
in broad ranges viz., - 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Km s . of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) House- 
holds 


Popula- 
tion 


Educational Medical 


Drinking Post and 
water Telegraph 


Day or Communica- 
days of tions Bus- 










(Potable) 


the 


stop, Railway 












market, 


station, 


0) (2) 


(3) ' (4A) 


(4B) 


<5) (6) 


(7) (8) 


if any 
(9) 


waterway) 
(10) 


19 Ramachandrapur 


li20MO 375 


1,683 


P RP 


W -5 


10+ 


5-10 


20 Gavicherla 


M48-09 638 


3,263 


P RP 


W PO 


10+ 


5-10 


21 Theegrajupalle 


1,137.16 299 


1,594 


P 5-10 


W -5 


10+ 


BS 


22 Shapur 


720-34 163 


901 


P CHW 


W 5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


23 Lohitha 


632.93 332 


1,663 


P RP,CHW 


W PO,TO 


10+ 


-5 


24 Upparapalle 


706.58 436 


1,933 


P -5 


W PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


25 Katrial 


737.74 440 


2,219 


P 5-10 


W PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


26 Yellanda 


2,171.13 1,061 


5,195 


PM,H 5-10 


W,TW PO 


10+ 


BS 


27 Nandanam 


2,629.24 1,061 


5,251 


P,M RP 


R,W PC 


10+ 


5-10 


28 Bandantapuram 


557.25 436 


2,171 


P,M RP 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 


29 Dammannapet 


1,483.17 667 


3,200 


PM CHW 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 


30 Divitipalle 


477.53 113 


587 


P RP 


W -5 


10+ 


BS 


31 Ramavaram 


759.19 218 


1,041 


P 5-10 


W 5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


32 Gannavaram 


469.03 204 


1035 


P 5-10 


W 5-10 


10+ 


5-16 


33 Wardhannapet 


4144.3S . 1,478 


7515 


P.M.H H,PHC, W,HP, PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 








RP 


R PTO 






34 Kotfcapallo 


413.99 326 


1539 


P RP 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 



133 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


* any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(in Kms.) 












for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(ID (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Warangal 14 


ED 


Rice 


T (87.81) 


971.65 


13.76 


127.88 




19 






Jowar 


TK (69.60) 


















W (18-21) 












KR Warangal 10 


EA 


Rice 


T (137.59) 


701-72 


120.60 


188.18 


N5:MI:T4 


20 






Jowar 


TK (122-21) 


















W (15.38) 












PR Warangal 15 


,. 


Rice 


T (80.94) 


853.88 


198-29 


4,05 




21 






Jowar 


W (52.61) 


















TK (28.33) 












KR Warangal 18 





Rice 


T (50.59) 


505.85 


82.96 


70-01 


Ml 


22 






Jowar 


TK (36.83) 


















W (13.76) 












KR Warangal 15 


ED 


Rice 


T(S5.39) 


395.38 


15.78 


136.38 


N2:T1 


23 






Jowar 


TK (65.96) 


















W (19.43) 












PR Warangal 17 


ED 


Rice 


T (147.71) 


211.65 


273.57 


73.65 


Ml 


24 






Jowar 


TK (120.19) 


















W (27.52) 












PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (190-20) 


354.50 


159.85 


33.19 


N4 


25 






Jowar 


TK (104.81) 


















W (85.39) 












PR Warangal 18 


EA 


Rice 


T (357.34) 


1,214.05 


409-14 


190.60 


M2:T1 


26 






Jowar 


TK (326-58) 


















W (30.76) 












KR Warangal 18 


ED 


Rice 


T (141.64) 


1>821.08 


202.34 


464.18 


T5 


27 






Jowar 


TK (141.64) 












PR Warangal 22 


EA 


Rice 


T (90.65) 


348-43 


117.36 


0.81 


N4 


28 






Jowar 


- TK (78.51) 


















W(12.14) 












PR Warangal 28 


EA 


Rice 


* 


598.93 


398.61 


364.22 


N6 


29 






Jowar 














PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (48-56) 


327.80 


70.82 


30.35 


M1:T1 


30 






Jowar 


TK (48.56) 












KR Warangal 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (52.61) 


590*84 


67.18 


48.56 


N2 


31 






Jowar 


TK (46.13) 


















W (6,48) 












KR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (48*56) 


350-46 


5.67 


64.34 


N2 


32 






Jowar 


TK (40.47) 


















W (8.09) 












PR Warangal 25 


EA 


Rice 


T (674.61) 


1670.94 


1,618-74 


80.94 


N30:M4:T3 


33 






Jowar 


W (354.10) 


















TK (320.51) 












PR Warangal 25 




Rice 


T (66.37) 


104*41 


147,30 


95,91 


N4 


34 






Jowar 


W (44.52) 













134 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
don Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
Population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


villase (in 










f - _, 






No, 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 
















market, 


station, 
















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


35 Nallaballe 


2,061.87 


759 


3,841 


P,M,H RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


36 Gopanapalle 


841.74 


353 


1,569 


P -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


37 Kanakapaka 


1,099.53 


529 


2,464 


P CHW,RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


38 Engole 


1,725.17 


860 


4,503 


P,M CHW,RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


39 Chintanekkonda 


895-16 


711 


3,815 


P RP(4) 


W 


PTO 


10+ 


5-10 


40 Choutapalle 


1,214.46 


503 


2,428 


P CHW,RP 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


41 Wadlakonda 


1,098.72 


337 


1,608 


P RP(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


42 Rollakal 


849-84 


265 


1,468 


P RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


43 Kothur 


1,964.34 


806 


3,732 


PMH RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


44 Laibarthy 


1,358.53 


521 


2,384 


P,M CHW,RP 


W 


?0 


10+ 


BS 


45 Raipatty 


2,999.93 


1,109 


5,194 


P,M,H PHC 


W,HP PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 














PTO, 


















Phone 






46 Tbirmalapalle 


868.02 


359 


1,852 


P,M -5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


47 Konduni 


1,887.04 


561 


2,702 


P D 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


48 Kesavapur 


699.70 


315 


1,582 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


49 Kolampalle 


1,462.53 


414 


1,982 


P 5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


50 Burhanpalle 


556.S5 


212 


1,149 


P RP 


W 


PO 


104- 


-5 



135 



DIRECTORY 

and Land use 


WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


Area not 
available 


any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(in Kras.) 












for culti- 


archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) . (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR Warangal 19 


EA 


Rice 


T (352.08) 


Ii224.98 


470.65 


14-16 


N4 


35 






Jowar 


TK (208.82) 


















W (143.26) 












KR Warangal 17 


. , 


Rice 


T (101-17) 


691.20 


45.32 


4.05 





36 






Jowar 


TK (101-17) 












PR Warangal 16 


EA 


Rice 


T (89.03) 


745-43 


250.91 


14-16 


N6:C1:M1:T1 


37 






Jowar 


TK (80.94) 


















W (8.09) 












KR Warangal 21 


EA 


Rice 


T (136.38) 


1*314.41 


82.56 


191.82 


N2:M1:T1 


38 






Jowar 


W (84-58) 


















TK (51.80) 












KR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (24.28) 


553.61 


161.87 


155.40 


N2:C1:T1 


39 






Jowar 


W (24.28) 












PR Warangal 21 


EA 


Rice 


T (170-78) 


739.76 


140.83 


163-09 


N2:M1 


40 






Jowar 


TK (105.22) 


















W (65-56) 












PR Warangal 24 


EA 


Rice 


T (141. 64} 


620.79 


303.11 


33.18 


M2;T2 


41 






Jowar 


TK (127.47) 


















W (14.17) 












KR Warangal 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (162.28) 


405.49 


121-41 


160.66 


.. 


42 






Jowar 


TK (154.19) 


















W (8.09) 












KR Warangal 25 


ED 


Rice 


T (275.19) 


1,274.76 


384.04 


30.35 


N4:M1:T1 


43 






Jowar 


TK (242. 8O 


















W (32.38) 












PR Warangal 26 


EA 


Rice 


T (201.53) 


826.37 


329.82 


0.81 


N5:M2:T1 


44 






Jowar 


TK (86.20) 


















W (115.33) 












PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (497.36) 


1*866.81 


360.17 


275-59 


N15:M1:T1 


45 






Jowar 


TK (323.75) 


















W (173.61) 












PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (152-97) 


462.15 


251.71 


S.19 


N2:C1:M1 


46 






Jowar 


TK (12U41) 


















W (31.56) 












KR Warangal 34 


ED 


Rice 


T (220.96) 


1,218.10 


126.26 


321.72 


H3 


47 






Jowar 


TK (12U8!) 


















W (99.15) 












KR Warangal 35 


EA 


Rice 


T (151.76) 


466.60 


28-33 


53.01 


N4 


48 






Jowar 


W (95-91) 


















TK (55.85) 












KR Warangal 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (114.53) 


1*103.98 


80.94 


161.47 


N4 


49 






Jowar 


W (114.53) . 












KR Warangal 36 


EA 


Rice 


T (70.41) 


415,61 


46,54 


16.19 


N2 


50 






Jowar 


TK (61.91) 


















W (8.50) 













136 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 
Amenities 



Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

Loca- Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

tion Name of village of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 
~ * village (in ,- 



Code 

No. 



(1) 



(2) 



viiiag^ \.*u t , i IN ,^ j ' - 

hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or Communica- 

holds tion water Telegraph days of tions (Bus 

(Potable) the stop, Railway 

market, station, 

if any Waterway) 

(3) (4A) (4s) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 



51 Katrepalle 



993-91 391 1*774 



RP(3) W POTO 



10+ 



-5 



52 Pothireddipalle 

53 Muripirala 

54 Mylaram 

55 Per iked 

56 Revooru 

57 Somaram 



59 Kalleda 



Kondapur 



62 Gfaattikal 



844.98 217 1,203 P 

1,575.03 360 1,767 P 



RP W PO 10+ BS 

RP W PO 10+ BS 



1,402-64 590 2,753 P,M RP W PO 10+ 



It 829.17 782 3,790 



694.84 161 763 



940-00 352 1,900 



RP W PO 10+ 



1*511.90 426 2,181 



H W PO 10+ 



60 Anaaramsherief 1,097.50 347 1, 



819 



373.93 358 1,627 P,M,H 



600.55 223 1,233 



63 lagaatiafhapaUe 503*83 169 912 

64 Oofcai patti Rtparthj 1,147.23 352 1,697 

65 Samtunj 1,418.42 532 2,699 



P 5-10 W 

PM 5-10 W 

P 5-10 W,TW 



BS 



5-10 W PO 10+ BS 



RP W -5 10+ 5-10 



BS 



58 Parvathagiri 2,360.30 1,133 5,511 P,M,H PHC, W PO,TO 10+ BS 

FPC,H 



BS 



P RP(2) W PO 10+ BS 



-5 W PO 10+ BS 



5-10 W PO 10+ 5-10 



-5 10+ -5 

PO 10+ BS 

PO . 10+ BS 



137 




DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 


in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable Area not 
gated waste available 


any place of tion 
religious, Code 
historical or No. 


(in Kms.) 








for culti- 


archaeological 










vation 


interest 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) (19) 


(20) (1) 


KR Warangal 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (158.23) 


439-08 323.75 72.85 


Ml 51 






Jowar 


TK (125.86) 












W (32.37) 






PR Warangal 40 


EA 


Rice 


T (52.20) 


583.15 121.41 80,94 


N10 52 






Jowar 


TK (52-20) 






PR Warangal 38 


EA 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


1>281.23 230.27 2.83 


N4 53 






Jowar 


TK (34.80) 












W (25.90) 






PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (217.72) 


756.36 362.60 65.96 


N10:M1:TI 54 






Jowar 


TK (177.25) 












W (40.47) 






PR Warangal 32 


EA 


Rice 


T (320.91) 


M25.43 226.62 156-21 


N3:T1 55 






Jowar 


TK(286.11) 












W (34.80) 






KR Warangal 29 


^ f 


Rice 


T (44.51) 


623.21 17-00 10.12 


56 






Jowar 


W (24-28) 












TK (20.23) 






PR Warangal 26 


EAG 


Rice 


T (75-68) 


672.99 ,. 164.30 


57 






Jowar 


TK (71-63) 












W (4.05) 






PR Warangal 30 


EA 


Rice 


T (298.66) 


1,583.93 413.59 10-12 


N12:T4 58 






Jowar 


TK (290-57) 












W (8.09) 






PR Warangal 31 


EA 


Rice 


T (176.44) 


M05.19 227.84 2.43 


Nl:C2:M2:T2 59 






Jawar 


TK (174,01) 












W (2.43) 






PR Warangal 36 


ED, 


Rice 


T (112-10) 


791-96 120-19 73.25 


Kl:M2 60 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (101.17) 












W (10.93) 






PR Warangal 35 


ED 


Rice 


;, T (72.84) 


284-49 14.57 2.03 


N10 61 






Jowar 


TK (44.51) 












W (28-33) 






KR Warangai 36 




Rice 


T (73.65) 


326.58 134.36 65.96 


62 






Jowar 


TK(6l-51) 












W (12.14) 






KR Warangal 38 




Rice 


T (63.94) 


233.10 100.36 106-43 


N2 63 






Jowar 


W (32.78) 












TK(31.16) 






PR Warangal 39 


ED 


Rice 


T (58.68) 


649.51 182.10 135.57 


64 






Jowar 


TK (58.68) 






PR Warangal 40 


EA 


Rice 


T 165.92) 


870.07 350.05 32-38 


t\J*lUfl j(C 

tMj.mt QJ 






Jowar 


TK (121.40) 












(44.52) 







MAR IPED A TALUK 





1 1 i 



I 



T* 



1U 5 

a. I 

5 
flC < 

< 



Boundary 
e Boun 



S e- g- 
1 I I 



1 ? * 
* B g 



i 

I 

* 

si I 






I I 



II. 



I . 5 

fill 

' . I * I s 

I Mil 

lil'H 

1 8 I - s 

i I ! 1 1 I 








ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

MARIPEDA TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

68 Abbaipalem 

36 Agapet 

8 Ammapur 

60 Anepur, 

65 Beechrajpalle 

23 Bodlada 

46 Bojjannapet 

31 Bomraakal 

26 Bonthapalle 

22 Brahman Kothapalle 

73 Burhanpur 



27 
28 
58 
17 



Cherlapalem 
Chikutaipalem 
Chillamcherla 
Chinna Vangara 



14 Chintalapalle 

30 Chityal 

24 Danthalapalle 

56 Datla 

64 Dhannaram 

44 Ekkirala 

63 Erjerla 

20 Fathepur 

67 Galivarigudern 

19 Gopalagiri 

48 Gudur 

47 Gundamrajpalle 

74 Gundepudi 

40 Gunnepalle 

70 Guripur 

6 Gurthur 

29 Harpriyal 

43 Jayapuram 

49 Jayyaram 

10 Kachikal 

34 Kalvapalle 

9 Kantaipalem 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

O) (2) 

32 Karkal 

45 Kausalyadevipalle 

7 Khanapur 

15 Kommanapalle 

42 Kommulavancha 

37 Kummarilointla 

12 Madpalie 

69 Maripeda 

25 Matedu 

3 Mecharajupalle 

53 Mungimadgu 

33 Mupparam Kalan 

54 Nagaram Kalan 
41 Narsimlapet 

59 Neelkurthy 

11 Nellikudur 

21 Polepalle 

66 Purushothamaigudem 



5 

57 
35 
39 



55 
61 
16 
38 
13 
50 



Ramanujapur 
Rampur 
Ramvaram 
Reponi 



1 Somaram 

71 Tallaookallu 

72 Thanamcherla 
13 Thourur 

51 Uggampalle 

62 Ullepalle 



Vanthadpula 

Veeraram 

Velifcatta 

Vemulapalle 

Venkatapuram 

Vusampalle 



52 Yellanipct 
4 YerrabaIHgudem 

2 Zamistanpur 



140 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of viilagi 
Code 
No. 

(1) (2) 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
e of the population nearest place where the facility available is given) 


hectares) House- Popula- Educational Medical 
holds tion 

(3) (4A) (4B> . (5) (6) 


Drinking Post and 
water Telegraph 
(Potable) 

(7) (8) 


Day or Communica- 
days of tions (Bus 
the stop, Railway 
market, station, 
if any Waterway) 
(9) (10) 


1 


Somaram 


767.69 368 1,771 PM 10+ 


W 5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


2 


Zatnistanpur 


276.40 60 256 P 10+ 


W -5 


10+ 


5-10 


3 


Mecharajupalle 


486-84 541 2,656 P(2) 10+ 


W PO 


10+ 


5-10 


4 


Yerraballigudem 


1,636.95 507 2,597 P 10+ 


W PO 


10+ 


BS 


5 


Ramanujapur 


170,37 45 192 P 10+ 


W -5 


10+ 


-5 


6 


Gurthur 


582.75 525 2,595 P,M,H 10+ 


W PO 


10+ 


-5 


7 


Khanapur 


524.47 145 645 P 10+ 


W PO 


'10+ 


-5 


8 


Ammapur 


873-31 481 2,401 P(2) 10 + 


WHP PO.TO 


10+ 


BS 


9 


Kantaipalem 


1,189.37 464 2,360 P 5-10 


W PO 


10+ 


-5 


10 


Kachikal 


728.43 229 1,168 P 10+ 


W,HP 5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


11 


Nellikudur 


1,959.48 M24 5,746 P,M,H PHC 


W,HP PO 


10+ 


-5 


12 


Madpaile 


1,197.46 471 2,377 P 5-10 


W,HP PO 


10+ 


BS 


13 


Thourur 


1,804.49 Mil 5*762 P,M,H MH,FPC 


W,HP PO,TO 


-5 


BS 


14 


Cbintalapalle 


838*10 253 1.319 P .5 


W -5 


-5 


-5 


15 


Kommanapalle 


267.09 60 312 -5 -5 


W -5 


-5 


-5 


16 


Velikatta 


1,381.19 668 3,433 P.M.H -5 


W,HP PO,TO, 


-5 


BS 



Phone 
17 Ckiasa Vaogara 1,408*7! 382 1,831 P 5*10 W,HP PO 5-10 5-10 



141 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MARIPEDA TALUK: 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


H any place 01 
Area not religious, 
available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 


tion 
Code 

No. 


(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR Mahbubabad 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (10.52) 


441.51 


161.88 


153-78 Tl 


1 






Jowar 


WE (10.12) 
















TK (0.40) 










KR Mahbubabad 21 


ED 


Rice 


9 f 


128.69 


57.46 


90.25 


2 






Jowar 












KR Mahbubabad 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (1-62) 


384.05 


40.47 


60.70 N2:T1 


3 






Jowar 


TK (0.81) 
















O (0.81) 










PR Mahbubabad 32 


ED 


Rice 


40-47 T(80.13) 


585.98 


130.71 


799-66 


4 






Jowar 


TK (53-42) 
















O (26-71) 










KR Mahbubabad 30 


ED 


Rice 


T (12.14) 


55,04 


12.14 


91.05 


5 






Jowar 


TK (12. 14) 










KR Mahbubabad 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (52.61) 


66.37 


201.53 


262-24 


6 






Jowar 


TK (45.33) 
















O (7.28) 










KR Mahbubabad 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (25-90) 


395.78 


91.46 


11.33 


7 






Jowar 


(25-90) 










PR Mahbubabad 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (66.37) 


610.27 


8.09 


188.58 N4:T3 


8 






Jowar 


(66.37) 










KR Mahbubabad 37 


ED 


Rice 


T (190-20) 


671.78 


116.14 


211.25 N2 


9 






Jowar 


TK (178.06) 
















O (12.14) 










KR Mahbubabad 31 


ED 


Rice 


T (73.25) 


407.11 


225.81 


22.26 


10 






Jowar 


O (67-58) 
















TK (5.67) 










KR Mahbubabad 29 


ED 


Rice 


T (299.87) 


1*549.54 


24.28 


85.79 N4:Ti 


11 






Jowar 


TK (234.72) 
















O (65-15) 










PR Mahbubabad 36 


ED 


Rice 


T (150.54) 


724.38 


42.09 


280.45 N2:M1 


12 






Jowar 


(93.89) 










^ 


* 




TK (56,65) 










PR Mahbubabad @^ 


ED 


Rice 


T (66.37) 


607-43 


56.66 


1 iOf74-03 N4:M5:T2 


13 






Jowar 


W (4K68) 
















TK (24-69) 










KR Mahbubabad 41 


ED 


Rice 


T (74.46) 


575.06 


9.71 


178-87 


14 






Jowar 


TK (59.08) 
















W (15.38) 










KR Mahbubabad 42 




Rice 


T (13.36) 


162*68 


14.16 


76.89 


15 






Jowar 


W (8-50) 
















TK (4.86) 










PR Mahbubabad 46 


ED 


Rice 


T (46.94) 


551.59 


76. S9 


705.77 K3 


16 


s 




Jowar 


W (26.71) 
















TK (20.23) 










KR Mahbubabad 53 


ED 


Rice 


TOE.45) 


512.33 


26-71 


831,22 K4 


17 






Jowar 


TK (38,45) 











142 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 


Total number of Amenities available (if not available within the village , the distance 
Total area Households and in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of th* 


tion Name of village 
Code 


of the 
village (in 


population nearest place 


where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 




water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 












(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 
















market , 


station, 


nT (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4s) (5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any 
(9) 


waterway) 
(10) 


18 Venkatapuram 


473.48 


231 


1,228 P 


-5 


W.HP 


PO 


-5 


-5 


19 Gopalagiri 


633.33 


138 


571 P,M,H 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


20 Fathepur 


731.27 


361 


1,811 P,M 


5-10 


w 


POTO 


5-10 


BS 


21 Polepalle 


552.39 


177 


902 P 


5-10 


W,TK 


-5 


5-10 


-5 


22 Brahman Kothapalle 


833-25 


293 


1,438 P 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


23 Bodlada 


498.57 


248 , 


1,293 P,M 


5-10 


W 


, PO 


10 + 


BS 


24 Danthalapalle 


1*270.71 


452 


2,046 PM,H 


5-10 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


25 Matedu 


750-69 


513 


2,394 P(2),M 


5-10 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


26 Bontbapalle 


609.05 


35 


178 -5 


5-10 


W 


-5 


5-10 


-5 


27 Cherlapaiem 


465-79 


384 


1,947 P,M,H 


10+ 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


28 Cfaikutaipalem 


778.51 


267 


1,303 P 


10+ 


W,TK 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


29 Harpriyal 


1*548-32 


748 


3,682 P,M*H 


MH 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


30 Chityal 


I> 144. 85 


502 


2,386 p 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


31 Bommakal 


742.60 


237 


1*151 p 


-5 


W,HP 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


32 Karkal 


226-22 


128 


620 P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


33 MupparamKalan 


1,949-37 


1,115 


5551 P,M,H 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


34 Kaivapalle 


223,79 




Uninhabited 












35 Raravaram 


551-99 


76 


387 p 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


36 Agapet 


615.93 


239 


1*346 p 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



143 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MARIPEDA TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food , 


Forest Irrigated Unirri- Culturablc 
by source gated waste 


, any piace 01 
Area not religious, 
available historical or 
for culti- archaeological 


tion 
Code 

No. 












vation interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR Mahbubabad 43 


ED 


Rice 


.. * 7(31.57) 


267.09 21.85 


152.97 Nl 


18 






Jowar 


W (31.57) 








KR Mahbubabad 45 


ED 


Rice 


7 (12.14; 


345.60 


275.59 


19 






Jowar 


W (12-14) 








PR Mahbubabad 3$ 


ED 


Rice 


7 (84.17) 


551-59 


95.51 N2 


20 






Jowar 


7K (76.08) 














O (8.09) 








KR Mahbubabad 34 


. . 


Rice 


7 (88.62) 


. 388.09 72.44 


3.24 N2 


21 






Jowar 


(57.46) 














7K (31.16) 








KR Mahbubabad 30 


ED 


Rice 


7 (148.92) 


469.44 42.90 


171.99 


22 






Jowar 


7K (148.92) 








PR Mahbubabad 34 


ED 


Rice 


7 (97.53) 


292.59 76-48 


31.97 Nl:71 


23 






Jowar 


TK (51.40) 














O (34.80) 














W (11.33) 








PR Mahbubabad 32 


ED 


Rice 


7 (94.29) 


1,129.88 4.45 


42.09 N30:C2:M3 


24 






Jowar 


7K (94.29) 








PR Mahbubabad 34 


ED 


Rice 


7(285.71) 


358.14 


106.84 N23:M1:T1 


25 






Jowar 


7K (281.66) 














O (4.05) 








KR Mahbubabad 36 


.. 


Rice 


7 (62.73) 


469-84 


76-48 


26 






Jowar 


7K (62.73) 








KR Mahbubabad 38 


ED 


Rice 




192.22 


273.57 71 


27 






Jowar 










KR Mahbubabad 39 


ED 


Rice 


7 (33.99) 


681.89 19.83 


42.90 Ml 


28 






Jowar 


O (33.99) 








KR Mahbubabad 43 


ED 


Riee 


7 (227.84) 


736.52 161-87 


422.10 N4:M2 


29 






Jowar 


7K (162-28) 














O (65.56) 








KR Mahbubabad 53 


ED 


Rice 


T (28.73) 


690.39 26.31 


399.42 


30 






Jowar 


W (16.59) 














7K(12.14) 








PR Mahbubabad 53 





Rice 


7(37.23) 


582.34 59.09 


63.94 Ml 


31 






Jowar 


TK (32.78) 














W (4.45) 








KR Mahbubabad 44 


ED 


Rice 


T (19-83) 


64.35 


142.04 N2 


32 






Jowar 


W (19.83) 








PR Mahbubabad 41 


ED 


Rice 


7 (344-79) 


1*420,85 


183.73 N20:T2 


33 




v 


Jowar 


TK (283.28) 














O (61-51) 














Uninhabited 






34 


FP Mafabubabad 38 


ED 


Rice 


T (27.93) 


483,19 


40.87 


35 






Jowar 


O (27-93) 








PR Mahbubabad 37 


ED 


Rice 


... T (26.30) 


549,97 


39,66 HliM!:T2 


36 






Jowar 


O (26.30) 









144 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 -f- Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Cc__ 


>rfe 


village (in 




i 








1 






No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking Post and 


Day or 


1 -"s 

Communica- 








holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of tions (Bus- 


(Potable) 


the 


stop, Railway 




















market, 


station, 




















if any 


waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4s) 


(5> 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


37 


Kummarikuntla 


924.30 


518 


2,396 


PiM 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


38 


Vemulapalle 


901.23 


262 


1,251 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


39 


Reponi 


705.77 


343 


1*699 


P 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


40 


Gunnepalle 


1,031.14 


283 


1,379 


P 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


41 


Narsimlapet 


2,931.94 


If 221 


6,092 


P,M,H 


RP 


WTK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


42 


Kommulavancha 


823.51 


300 


1,621 


P 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


43 


Jayapuram 


736.12 


379 


2,016 


P,M 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


44 


Ekkirala 


502.62 


Uninhabited 


45 


Kausalyadevipalle 


489.67 


204 


1,026 


P 


10+ 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


46 


Bojjannapet 


489-67 


188 


1,103 


P 


10+ 


W,TK 


-5 


10+ 


10+ 


47 


Gundamrajpalle 


810.58 


273 


1,281 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


48 


Gudur 


1,499-76 


623 


2,915 


PM,H 


10+ 


W,R 


PO.TO 


10+ 


5-10 


49 


Jay y a ram 


2,181.65 


852 


4,531 . 


PMH 


-5 


W 


PO,TO 


-5 


5-10 


50 


Vusampalle 


872.10 


294 


1,429 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


51 


Uggampalle 


795.21 


346 


1,795 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


52 


Yeltempet 


1*756*33 


837 


4,275 


P,M 


RP 


W 


PO,TO, 


10+ 


BS 


















Phone 






53 


Mungimadgu 


1*340,32 


640 


3,406 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


54 


Nagaram Kalan 


2,004.40 


678 


3,564 


P 


,RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


55 


Vanthadputa 


726.00 


198 


998 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



145 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MARIPEDA TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 

(ID (12) 


Power Staple 
supply food 

(13) (14) 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 

(15) (16) 


Unirri- 
gated 

(17) 


Culturable 
waste 

(18) 


x any piace 01 uon 
Area not religious , Code 
available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
vation interest 

(19) (20) (1) 


PR 


Mahbubabad 


37 


EO 


Rice 


T (136.38) 


753.52 


34-40 N1:T2 


37 










Jowar 


TK (13608) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


38 


ED 


Rice 


T {23-88) 


853-88 




23 


-47 


38 










Jowar 


O (23.88) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


33 


ED 


Rice 


T (68.39) 


601.36 




36 


.02 


39 










Jowar 


TK (42-09) 






















O (26.30) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


36 


ED 


Rice 


T (59.49) 


857.93 


44.11 


69 


-61 


40 










Jowar 


TK (53.01) 






















O (6.48) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


25 


ED 


Rice 


T (313.63) 


2t325-72 


250.91 


41 


.68 N8 


41 










Jowar 


TK (242-81) 






















O (70.82) 












KR 


.Mahbubabad 


25 


ED 


Rice 


T (126.67) 


545-11 


65.15 


84 


,58 Nl 


42 










Jowar 


TK (109.27) 






















(17.40) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


21 


EO 


Rice 


T (43-30) 


587.60 





105, 


.22 N20:T1 


43 










Jowar 


O (43-30) 






















Uninhabited 










44 


KR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


ED 


Rice 


T (56.66) 


379.93 


25-09 


33 


.99 


45 










Jowar 


TK (40.47) 






















O (16.19) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (61.11) 


365-43 


17.40 


45. 


.73 


46 










Jowar 


TK (52.61) 






















O (8.50) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


17 


ED 


Rice 


T (286. 52) 


302.70 


76.08 


145, 


.28 -N4 


47 










Jowar 


(177-25) 






















TK (109.27) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


19 


ED, 


Rice 


T (264.26) 


774.16 


182-92 


278, 


.42 N2 


48 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (264.26) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


17 


ED 


Rice 


T (323. 34) 


1*332.62 


222.58 


303, 


,11 N2 


49 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (323.34) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


19 


ED 


Rice 


T (98.34) 


642.64 


91-06 


40. 


06 N3 


50 










Jowar 


W (98.34) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 19 


ED 


Rice 


T (42.09) 


636.57 


51-80 


64.75 Nl 


51 










Jowar 


TK (42-09) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 21 


ED 


Rice 


T (178.46) 


1,238-74 


111.29 


227. 


84 N10:C1 


52 










Jowar 


TK (178.46) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


21 


ED 


Rice 


T (194.25) 


961.94 


18.21 


165. 


92 Nl 


53 










Jowar 


TK (167-95) 






















O (26.30) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 27 


ED, 


Rice 


T (133-95) 


1*532.95 


142.85 


194. 


65 N2 


54 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (133.95) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 30 


ED* 


Rice 


T (42.89) 


598.53 


6M1 


23.47 Nl 


55 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (42.89) 













146 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 

Amenities 


Loca- 
tion Name of village 


Total area 
of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given ) 


Code 


village (in 








No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any 
(9) 


Waterway) 
(10) 


56 Datla 


2,114.88 


779 


3,729 


P,M 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


57 Rampur 


1.238.33 


382 


1,802 


P,M 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


58 Chillamcherla 


1,188.96 


460 


2,276 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


59 Neelkurtby 


1039,63 


468 


2 f 324 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


60 Ancpur 


M37.97 


376 


2,025 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


61 Veeraram 


1683.89 


481 


2,679 


P 


RP 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


62 Ullepalle 


836.48 


306 


1,782 


P 


-5 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


63 Erjerla 


1,034.37 


361 


1,817 


P 


FPC 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


64 Dharmaram 


1*273.95 


319 


1,918 


P 


5-10 


W,R 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


65 Beechrajpalle 


727.62 


140 


762 


P 


5-10 


R,W 


-5 


5-10 


BS 


66 Purushothamaigudem 


833.25 


202 


963 


P 


5-10 


W,R 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


67 Galivarigudem 


417-23 


207 


1>087 


P 


-5 


W,TK 


PO 


-5 


BS 


68 Abbaipalem 


894.35 


321 


1,574 


P 


-5 


W 


PO, 


-5 


BS 


69 Maripeda 


3,205.51 


1,503 


7,627 


P(2),M, 


FPC, 


PTO 
W,T PO>TO, 


Sunday 


BS 


70 Guripur 


579.10 


202 


920 


H 
P 


PHC 

-5 


W 


PTO 
PO 


-5 


BS 


71 TalJaookallu 


1*684.30 


473 - 


2,241 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


72 Thanamqherla 


1 797.61 


614 


3,258 


P,M 


10+ 


W,R 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


73 Burbanpur 


512.74 


265 


1,377 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


BS 


74 Gundepudi 


1,303.08 


518 


2.528 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 



147 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MARIPEDA TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 

waste 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 


-* any place of i- 
religious , 
historical or 
archaeological 


iion 
Code 
No. 


















vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 




(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


fl) 


PR 


Mahbubabad 


34 


ED 


Rice 


T (147. 71) 


1,584.34 


300.28 


82.55 


N6:T1 


56 










Jowar 


TK 121-41) 






















O (26.30) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


34 


ED, 


Rice 


T (149-73) 


743.40 


133-55 


211.65 


N3:M2:T1 


57 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (149.73) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


31 


ED, 


Rice 


T (127,07) 


736.53 


210-43 


114-93 


N5:M1 


58 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (127.07) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


30 


ED, 


Rice 


T (102.79) 


709.00 


106.43 


121-41 


N5 


59 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (102.79) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


30 


ED, 


Rice 


T (27.52) 


732-07 


129.50 


248.88 


N2 


60 






o/j 


EAG 


Jowar 


W (27.52) 












PR 


Mahbubabad t 


ED, 


Rice 


T (130.71) 


1,541.85 


9 m 


11.33 


NJ:T1 


61 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (130.71) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


ED, 


Rice 


T (52.61) 


755.14 


* 


28.73 


* * 


62 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (52.61) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


EA 


Rice 


T (67.98) 


536.21 


131.52 


298.66 


N4:M2:T2 


63 










Jowar 


W (67.98) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


24 


EA 


Rice 


T (42-09) 


934.82 


141.64 


155.40 


Nl 


64 










Jowar 


W (42.09) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


26 


EA 


Rice 


T (64.35) 


386.47 


61.51 


215.29 


Nl:Ml:T2 


65 










Jowar 


W (64,35) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


25 


EA 


Rice 


.. . T (106.84) 


448-79 


129.50 


148.12 


N2:C1:M1:T2 


66 










Jowar 


WO06.84) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


29 


ED* 


Rice 


T (33-59) 


331.84 


44-11 


7.69 


N2 


67 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (33.59) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


29 


EA 


Rice 


T (107.24) 


567.37 


81.74 


138.00 


N3:C1:M1:T1 


68 










Jowar 


W (107.24) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


30 


EA 


Rice 


T (161. 07) 


1*916-99 


324-56 


802.89 


N30:C4: M2.-T2 


69 










Jowar 


W (161*07) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


31 


ED, 


Rice 


T (64.75) 


413,18 


69-61 


31-56 


m 


70 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (64.75) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


37 


ED, 


Rice 


T (142-85) 


867.65 


187.77 


486-03 


N3 


71 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (142.85} 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


40 


EA 


Rice 


T (47.35) 


1,511-09 


131.52 


107.65 


N4 


72 










Jowar 


W (47.35) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 


37 


ED, 


Rice, 


T (28.33) 


367.05 


60.70 


56.65 


N4 


73 








EAG 


Jowar 


W(28.33) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 


37 


ED, 


Rice 


T (94-29) 


705.37 


250.90 


252.52 


N5:M1 


74 








EAG 


Jowar 


W (94.29) 













MAHBUBABAD TALUK 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

MAHBUBABAD TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

35 Alair 

81 Ammapaleia 

45 Anantbaram 

37 Anmangal 

19 Annaram 

10 Apparajupalle 

57 Ayyagaripalle 

64 Balpal 

50 Betbole 

7 Bheriwada 

12 Boddengonda 

76 Burgupahad 



41 
75 
58 

6 
80 



63 
9 
43 
46 
78 



Chengapuram 

Chilkodu 

Chintapalle 

Dhanasari 
Dornakal 



16 Edulapusapalle 



Gollacherla 

Govindapur 

Gumudoor 

Gundrathimadgu 

Gurralakunta 

Ingurthy 



44 Jamandlapalle 

38 Jangligonda 

22 Kalwala 
69 Kampalle 

61 Kancherlaguda 

55 Kandikonda 

73 Kannegondla 

4 Kesamudram 

14 Khainbhalpalle 

11 Kollapuram 

23 Komatipalle 

2 Korukondapalle 

49 Kurvi 



33 
17 



kakshraipur 
Laxmipur 



1981 




Location 


Name of Village 


Code No. 




(15 


(2) 


56 


Madhapuram 


42 


Mahbubabad 


3 


Mahmood Pataam 


51 


Mallial 


70 


Mannegudem 


28 


Modantburthy 


59 


Modgulagudem 


48 


Mogilicherla 


40 


Mudpugal 


71 


Mulkalapalle 


30 


Mungalvaid 


24 


Mupparam Khurd 


15 


Nadiwada 


26 


Nagaram Khui d 


27 


Nainal 


65 


Nullella 


47 


Narayanpuram 


34 


Narsimlagudem 


52 


Nereda 


39 


Parvatbgiri 


8 


Penugonda 


74 


Permandlasankesa 


62 


Rajolu 


25 


Rajulakothapalle 


21 


Rangapuram 


72 


Ravigudem 


29 


Ravirala 


13 


Reddial 


68 


Seerole 


32 


Singaratn 


31 


Sree Ramgiri 


54 


Sudanpalle 


20 


Tallapusapalle 


66 


Tallasankusa 


53 


Tbathupallc 


60 


Thirmalapuram 


5 


Upparapalle 


67 


Uppcrgudem 


79 


Uyyalawada 


36 


Vavilala 


18 


Vemoor 


77 


Vennaram 



149 



150 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz.. 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code 


village (in 




i 















No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


CD (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4n) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any 
(9) 


waterway) 
(10) 


1 Ingurthy 


3,800.80 


1,238 


6,060 


P(5),M,H 


RP 


W,T 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


2 Korukondapalle 


670-97 


325 


1,759 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


3 Mahmood Patnam 


1,299.85 


537 


2,897 


P(2) 


5-10 


W 


PO 


-5 


BS 


4 Kesamudram 


1,679.44 


1,203 


6,650 


P(3),M,H 


H(A) 


W PO 


,TO, 


5-10 


BS,RS 
















PTO 






5 Upparapalle 


488.05 


485 


2,517 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


6 Dhanasari 


1,701-29 


402 


2,217 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


7 Bheriwada 


805.73 


294 


1,706 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


8 Penugonda 


2,034.35 


680 


3,904 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


9 Govindapur 


484.00 


272 


1,495 


P 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


5-10 


10 Apparajupalle 


2,068.34 


504 


2,753 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


11 Kollapuram 


501.81 


261 


1,394 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


12 Boddengonda 


641.43 


300 


1,514 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


13 Reddial 


1,076.06 


575 


3*022 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



14 Khambhalpalie 

15 Nadiwada 



2.118.12 732 3,660 P,M,H PHC W PO JO+ 



1I71.97 326 1,658 



-5 W PO 10+ 



16 Ediilajrosapaile 1.658.40 481 2* 



533 



RP 



W 



PO 10+ 



BS 



-5 



5-10 



151 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK. 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms,) 


Power Staple Forest 
supply food 


Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


Area not 

available 
for culti- 


-v any place of tion 
religious , Code 
historical or No. 
archaeological 
















vation 


interest 


(11) 


(12) 




(13) 


(14) (15) 


(16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) 


(20) (1) 


PR 


Mahbubabad 


30 


ED, 


Rice 2>066.32 


T {369-07} 


1,032.35 


333.06 


N20:C1:M2:T2 1 








BAG 


Jowar 


TK (266.69) 


















O (102-38) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


26 


ED, 


Rice 


T (93-48) 


522.45 


55-04 


N1:M1:T1 2 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (79.72) 


















O (13.76) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


EAG 


Rice 


T (71.63) 


1.032.76 


195.46 


3 










Jowar 


TK (61.51) 


















O (10.12) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


20 


ED, 


Rice 48.56 


T (165.11) 


1276.78 


188.99 


N15:C2:M8:T1 4 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (144.07) 


















O (21-04) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


18 


ED, 


Rice 


T (86-60) 


343.58 


57.87 


N1:M1 5 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (61.92) 


















O (24.68) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


16 


ED, 


Rice 803.30 


T (110.48) 


692.41 2.02 


93-08 


Nl 6 








EAG 


Jowar 


TK (70.42) 


















(40.06) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


EAG 


Rice 


T (23.47) 


442.73 309-58 


29.95 


Cl 7 










Jowar 


TK (16-19) 


















(7-28) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


10 


ED 


Rice 588-41 


T (203.56) 


719.93 


522.45 


Ml:T2 8 










Jowar 


TK( 141-24) 


















O (62.32) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


16 


ED 


Rice 


T (58.27) 


366.24 


59-49 


9 










Jowar 


TK (39-66) 


















O (18.61) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


16 


ED 


Rice 1*243.19 


T (40.06) 


424-11 50.18 


310-80 


N5:Tl 10 










Jowar 


W (40.06) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


mm 


Rice 


T (60.70) 


404.69 


36.42 


n 










Jowar 


(60.70) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


. 


Rice 


T (60-70) 


257.78 120.60 


202,35 


Nl 12 










Jowar 


W (60.70) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


10 


ED 


Rice 463.36 


T (61-51) 


470.65 65.97 


14.57 


N1:T1 13 










Jowar 


TK (38.04) 


















W (23.47) 








PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 978-12 


T (448-80) 


488.86 121.81 


80.53 


N3:T1 14 










Jowar 


TK (272.35J 


















W (176-45) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


6 


ED 


Rice 299.47 


T (182-51) 


527.71 67.90 


94*29 


N20:C1:T1 15 










Jowar 


OU68.75) 


















TK (10.93) 


















W (2.83) 








KR 


Mahbubabad 


4 


EA 


Rice 607.03 


T <323.75) 


566-56 


161-06 


HI 16 










Jowar 


TK.<321,32) 


















(2.43) 









152 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- Total area 
tion Name of village of the 
Code village fin 


Total number of 
Households and 
population 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 
nearest place where the facility available is given) 


No. 


hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or i 


Communica". 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 


the stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


if any 
(9) 


waterway) 
(10) 


17 Laxmipur 


1,067.96 


312 


1,673 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


5-10 


38 Vemnoor 


1,311-99 


439 


2,275 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


19 Annaram 


585.58 


215 


1,144 


P 


5-10 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


BS 


20 Tallapusapalle 


1,506.64 


443 


2,208 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


RS 


21 Rangapuram 


398.21 


160 


921 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


22 Kalwala 


1,438.65 


561 


3,036 


P,M 


0(2) 


W 


PO, 


10+ 


-5 


Phone 


23 Komatipalle 


1,084.96 


425 


2,500 


P 


10+ 


W 


5-10 


10+ 


BS 


24 Mupparam Khurd 


2,316.82 


861 


4,443 


P,M,H 


RP 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


25 Rajulakothapalle 


1 403.85 


554 


2,587 


P 


0(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


5-10 


26 Nagarani Khurd 


918.63 


278 


1,491 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


27 Nainal 


1900.40 


568 


3,259 


P(3) 





W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


28 Modanthurtby 


1,048.54 


378 


1,907 


P 


o 


W - 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


29 Ravirala 


437.06 


311 


1,441 


P 


RP 


TK 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


30 Mnngalvaid 


1,422.06 


528 


2,538 


PM,H 


RP(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


31 Sree Ramgiri 


1,088.60 


460 


2,252 


P 


RP(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


32 Singar^m 


360.98 


251 


1,373 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


33 X-afcshmipur 


834.86 


289 


1427 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


34 Narsimlagudem 


1,028.30 


437 


2,255 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


35 Alair 


1*287.71 


481 


2,557 


P,M,H 





W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



153 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 


Remarks 




in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest ' Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable Area not 
waste available 


any place of 
religious, 
historical or 


tion 
Code 
No. 


(in Krns.) 










for culti- 


archaeological 














vation 


interest 




(11) (12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) t!9) 


(20) 


(1) 


KR Mahbubabad 8 


ED 


Rice 


561.70 T (158.64) 


284.90 


62.72 


Tl 


17 






Jowar 


TK (158.64) 










KR Mahbubabad 5 


ED 


Rice 


736-53 T (2.83) 


542.68 


29.95 


CI:T1 


18 






Jowar 


W (2.83) 










PR Mahbubabad 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (28.33) 


193-84 


14.57 348.84 




19 






Jowar 


W (28.33) 










KR Mahbubabad 10 


ED 


Rice 


364.22 T (36.42) 


544.30 


561.70 




20 






Jowar 


W (31.16) 
















TK (5-26) 










PR Mahbubabad 12 


. . 


Rice 


T (17.00) 


95.10 


1.62 284-49 




21 






Jowar 


TK (17-00) 










KR Mahbubabad 16 


ED, 


Rice 


138.00 T (125.45) 


1*011.71 


163.49 


CIsMI 


22 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (107.24) 
















O (18-21) 










PR Mahbubabad 24 


ED, 


Rice 


T (71-22) 


849.84 


163.90 


Ml 


23 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (71.22) 










PR Mahbubabad 24 


ED, 


Rice 


142.45 T (216-51) 


1,798.42 


159.44 


N1:T1 


24 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (129.90) 
















O (86.61) 










PR Mahbubabad 26 


ED, 


Rice 


93.89 T (271.95) 


802.89 


12.14 222.98 


M1:T1 


25 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (216.91) 
















O (55-04) 










PR Mahbubabad 30 


ED, 


Rice 


101.17 T (34-80) 


456.48 


135.17 191.01 


Ml 


26 




EAG 


Jowar 


O (34.80) 










PR Mahbubabad 30 


ED, 


Rice 


T (113. 31) 


1 >369.Q5 


294,21 123-83 


, 


27 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (100-36) 
















(12-95) 










PR Mahbubabad 26 


ED 


Rice 


T (76.49) 


248-48 


201-53 522.04 


Nl 


2g 






Jowar 


TK (76-49) 










PR Mahbubabad 26 


ED, 


Rice 


T (199. 10) 


165.92 


72.04 


N1:T1 


29 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (199.10) 










PR Mahbubabad 26 


ED, 


Rice 


T (291.78) 


817.46 


312.82 


N1:T1 


3D 




EAG 


Jowar 


O (231.48) 
















TK (60.30) 










PR Mahbubabad 24 


EDi 


Rice 


52. 20 T(20K13) 


654.78 


180.49 


-. 


31 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (193.85) 
















W (7.28) 










PR Mahbubabad 20 




Rice 


T (68.39) 


260.21 


32.38 


.. 


32 






Jowar 


TK (68.39) 










PR Mahbubabad 18 





Rice 


T (112.91) 


589.62 


132-33 


* * 


33 






Jowar 


TK (108.46) 
















(4.45) 










PR Mahbubabad 20 


ED* 


Rice 


T (123.83) 


701-32 


123.43 71.62 


* 


34 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (123.835 










PR Mahbubabad 18 


ED> 


Rice 


187.37 T (202.34) 


557-25 


174-42 166.33 


H2 


35 




EAG 


Jowar 


TK (174,42) 
















O (27-92) 











154 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 



VILLAGE 

Amenities 



Loca- Total area 

tion Name of village of the 
Code village (in 

No. hectares) 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



Total number of 
Households and 
Population 

House- Popula- 
holds tion 



(4A) (4B) 



Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 

in broad ranges viz., 5Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 

nearest place where the facility available is given) 

Educational Medical Drinking Post and Day or CommuJcT- 
water Telegraph days of tions (Bus- 
(Potable) the stop. Railway 

market, station, 

if any Waterway) 
< 5 ) < 6 > (7) (8) (9) (10) 



36 Vavilala 

37 Anmangal 

38 Jangligonda 

39 Parvathgiri 

40 Mudpugal 

41 Chengapuram 

42 Mahbubabad 

43 Gumudoor 

44 Jamandlapalle 



849.84 
890.31 

765.26 
1,092.65 

605-41 
1.063.51 

1,709.79 
927.13 

908.52 



267 1,516 

420 2,356 

306 1,509 

374 1,903 

495 2,534 

487 2,608 



P 
P 



5-10 
10+ 



P 10+ 

P 10+ 

P 5-10 

P 5-10 



Urban Area (Mahbubabad Town) 
256 1,500 p .5 



W PO 

W PO,TO 

W PO 

W PO,TO 

W PO 

W PO,TO 



494 2,461 



5-10 



W 



W 



-5 



PO 



10+ 
10+ 

10+ 
10+ 
5-10 
5-10 

-5 
5-10 



BS 

-5 

BS 
BS 
BS 
BS 

-5 
BS 



45 Anantharam , 1>200.70 443 2,336 

46 Gundrathimadgu 1,576.25 930 4,963 



47 Narayanpuram 

48 Mogilicherla 

49 JCnrvi 

50 Bettiole 

51 Mallial 

52 Nereda 

53 Thathupalle 



559.68 173 959 p 

1,033-16 386 2,002 p 

1,885.83 916 4,713 P.M.H 

726.81 353 1,905 p 

1,719.91 571 3,278 p 

2,334-22 68f 3,490 P,M,H 

559.27 365 1,793 p 



-5 W PO,TO -5 BS 

10+ W PO>TO 10+ BS,RS 



10+ W 



-5 10+ 



5-10 W PO,TO 5-10 



10+ W PC, TO 10+ 



BS 



BS 



5-10 W PO 5-10 BS 

5-10 W* PO 5-10 5-10 

PHC W PO 10+ BS 



5-10 W PO 10+ 



BS 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


Land use (i.e. , area under different types of land use 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) 


Remarks 
including Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Krns.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


-t any piace 01 IUJK 
Culturable Area not religious, Code 
waste available historical or No. 
for culti- archaeological 
















vation 


interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(1) 


PR 


Mahbubabad 14 




Rice 


T (36.02) 


734.50 




79.32 




36 








Jowar 


TK (36-02) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 10 


ED 


Rice 


T (46-54) 


783.06 




60.71 




37 






EAG 


Jowar 


O (25.90) 




















TK (20.64) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 14 


.. 


Rice 


T (60.30) 


515.97 


3.24 


185.75 


N1:T2 


38 








Jowar 


TK (60.30) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (72,84) 


846.20 


116.95 


56.66 


M2:T1 


39 








Jowar 


O (72.84) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (100.77) . 


292.99 


9-71 


201.94 




40 








Jowar 


W (100.77) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 4 


ED 


Rice 


T (214-89) 


484.00 


59.08 


305.54 


Nl 


41 








Jowar 


W (214.89) 




















Urban Area (Mahbubabad 


Town} 








42 


KR 


Mahbubabad 3 


ED 


Rice 


T (129.09) 


616.74 


.. 


181.30 


N3 


43 








Jowar 


TK (113-31) 




















(15-78) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 6 


ED 


Rice 


242-81 T (165.92) 


367-05 


mm 


132-74 


N2 


44 








Jowar 


W (77-29) 




















TK(61.51) 




















O (27-12) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 3 


ED 


Rice 


T (141.64) 


647.50 


97.53 


314.03 


N1:M1:T2 


45 








Jowar 


O (141.64) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (309-18) 


898.80 


80.94 


287.33 


M4:T35 


46 








Jowar 


TK(233.91) 




















(75-27) 












KR 


Mahbubabad 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (32.78) 


473.89 


12*55 


40.46 


N1:M2 


47 








Jowar 


TK (28.33) 




















O (4-45) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (64.75) 


887.47 


#* 


80.94 


K6:M3 


48 








Jowar 


TK (52.61) 




















O (12*14) 






t 






PR 


Mahbubabad 6 


ED 


Rice 


T (222-58) 1 


37L88 


117.36 


174,01 Sri Vecra Chandra 


49 








Jowar 


TK (222. 5S) 








Swamy Temple, 




















M5:T1 




PR 


Mahbubabad 3 


ED 


Rice 


T (89,03) 


571-41 


21.04 


45,33 


N2:Ml:Tl 


50 








Jowar 


W (89.03) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 4 


ED 


Rice 


TC16.19) 


964.77 


42.49 


696.^6 


CI;T2 


51 








Jowar 


W06.19) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (216.51) b370.26 


214.08 


533.3? 


N4:MI:T1 


52 








Jowar 


TK (H7.36) 








- 












W (99,15) 












PR 


Mahbubabad 14 


ED 


Rice 


T (35.61) 


365.83 


28.33 


129,50 


N3:M2 


53 








Jowar 


TK (23.47) 












. 








W (12-14) 













WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if 
in broad ranges viz. , 


not available within the village, the distance 
5Kms., 5-10Kms. and 10 + Kms. of the 


tion Name of village of the 


population 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code ' '"' 
No. 


vmage tin 
hectares) 


/ > * 
House- 


Popula- 


Educational 


Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 


Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railwaj 


















market , 


station, 


















if any 


Waterway) 


(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


<4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


54 Sudanpalle 


707.79 


387 


1*997 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


55 Kandikonda 


1,363.79 


330 


1,660 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


56 Madhapuram 


1,173.99 


363 


2,187 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


57 Ayyagaripalle 


566.15 


198 


1,046 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


58 Chintapalle 


1,413 -56 


392 


1,923 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


59 Modgulagudetn 


1*035.99 


514 


2,761 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


60 Thirmalapuram 


368.26 


112 


635 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


61 Kancherlaguda 


278.83 


99 


530 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


62 Rajolu 


2*248.02 


923 


4*695 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO>TO 


10+ 


BS 


63 Gollacbeila 


1.989.43 


729 


3,903 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


64 Batpal 


1,502.19 


750 


3,834 


P,MH 


FPC, 


W 


PO>TO 


10+ 


BS 












PHC 










65 Nallella 


1OI9.40 


462 


2>328 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


66 Tallasankusa 


427.35 


296 


1,601 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


67 Upper gud em 


1*343*55 


404 


2*271 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


68 Seerole 


1,740,14 


625 


3,029 


P 


10+ 


W 


PO,TO 


10+ 


BS 


69 Kampalle 


1*496-52 


596 


3,217 


PiM*H 


0(2) 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


70 Maanegudem 


2.021*80 


799 


4*349 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 



71 Mulkalapalle 



742*19 324 1*695 P>M>H 5-10 W PO 10+ 



BS 



157 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types ofland use Remarks 
in hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power Staple 
supply food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- 
gated 


Culturable 
waste 


* any piace 01 
Area not religious , 
available historical or 
for culfi- archaeological 


tion 
Code 
No. 


















vation interest 




(11) 


(12) 




(13) 


(H) 


(15) (16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


KR 


Mahbubabad 


IS 


ED 


Rice 


T(67.58) 


520.83 


32.37 


87.01 


54 










Jowar 


TK (46.94) 




















W (20-64) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (116. 95) 


643-85 


126-26 


476.73 


55 










Jowar 


TK (76.0S) 




















W (40.87} 










KR 


Mahbubabad 


10 


ED 


Rice 


T (80.94) 


804.51 


132.74 


155-80 NI 


56 










Jowar 


TK (74.46) 




















W (6.48) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (91.86) 


359.76 


32.38 


82-15 N1:T1 


57 










Jowar 


O (91.86) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


16 


ED 


Rice 


T (202.34) 


483.60 


242.81 


484.81 


58 










Jowar 


TK (141.23) 




















W(6U1) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (106.43) 


779.02 


12.14 


138.40 C1:M2 


59 










Jowar 


TK (93.89) 




















(12.54) 










JCR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (51.80) 


231-48 


.. 


84.98 


60 










Jowar 


TK (51.80) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


10 


ED 


Rice 


T (18.21) 


231.89 


22.66 


6.07 Ml 


61 










Jowar 


(18.21) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (210.44) 


1)648-68 


267.90 


121.00 Nl 


62 










Jowar 


TK (197.08) 




















O (13.36) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (183-73) 


956.67 


242-81 


606-22 


63 










Jowar 


TK (183-73) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (118.98) 


M77.63 


197-49 


8-09 C1:M4;T3 


64 










Jowar 


TK (118-98) 










KR 


Mahbubabad 


14 


ED 


Rice 


T (195.46) 


706.98 


.. * 


116.96 


65 










Jowar 


TK (195.46) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (55-04J 


311*61 


m m 


60.70 Ml 


66 










Jowar 


TK (55-04) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


18 


ED 


Rice 


T (161 .87) 


849.03 


80.94 


251*71 M1:T1 


67 










Jowar 


TK (121.41) 




















(40.46) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T 165-51) 


1,281.64 


. 


292-99 Tl 


68 










Jowar 


' TJC (161-87) 




















(3.64) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


24 


ED 


Rice 


T (122-21) 


1,243.60 


.. 


130.71 


69 










Jowar 


O (122.21) 










PR 


Mahbubabad 


30 


ED 


Rice 


T (174.42) 


1,150-51 


376-36 


320-5! 


70 










Jowar 


TK (163.49) 




















0(10.93) 










PR 


Dornakal 24 




ED 


Rice 


T( 128-69) 


469*43 


22,26 


121.81 


71 










Jowar 


TK (128.69) 











158 



WARANGAL DISTRICT 


VILLAGE 
Amenities 


Loca- 


Total area 


Total number of 
Households and 


Amenities available (if not available within the village, the distance 
in broad ranges viz., 5 Kms., 5-10 Kms. and 10 -|- Kms. of the 


tion Name of village of the 


Population 

1 1 in * 


nearest place where the facility available is given) 


Code "* 1 """"* '*" 
No. 


village \iu 

hectares) 


House- 


Popula- 


Educational Medical 


Drinking 


Post and 


Day or 



Communica- 






holds 


tion 






water 


Telegraph 


days of 


tions (Bus- 














(Potable) 




the 


stop, Railway 


















market, 


station, 


% 
















if any 


Waterway) 


CD (2) 


(3) 


(4A) 


(4B) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


72 Ravigudem 


771-33 


215 


1200 


P 


5-10 


W 


-5 


10+ 


BS 


73 Kannegondla 


1.429.35 


563 


3,068 


P,MH 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


-5 


74 Permandlasankesa 


1*619.95 


651 


3 > 560 


P,M,H 


10+ 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


75 Chilkodu 


1>545-90 


625 


3075 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


10+ 


BS 


76 Burgupahad 


295.42 


218 


1,146 


P 


10+ 


W 


-5 


10+ 


-5 


77 Vennaram 


1*825.94 


486 


2,741 


P 


5-10 


W 


PO 


5-10 


5-10 


78 Gurralakunta 


431.39 


38 


231 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


-5 


79 Uyyalawada 


1*270-31 


567 


3>089 


P 


-5 


W 


PO 


-5 


-5 


SO Dornakal 


1*036.00 


Urban Area (Dornakal 


Town) 










81 Ammapalem 


1.189.37 


496 


2,469 


P 


-5 


W 


-5 


-5 


RS 



159 



DIRECTORY 
and Land use 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use Remarks 
m hectares rounded upto 2 decimal places) including 


Loca- 


Approach Nearest town 
to village and distance 
(in Kms.) 


Power 
supply 


Staple 
food 


Forest Irrigated 
by source 


Unirri- Culturable 
gated waste 


any piace or 
Area not religious, 
available historical or 
forculti- archaeological 


tion 
Code 
No. 














vation interest 




(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) 


(19) (20) 


(1) 


PR 


Dornakal 20 


ED 


Rice 


T (40.87) 


600.55 


129.91 


72 








Jowar 


TK (30.75) 
















O (10.12) 








KR 


Dornakal 18 


ED 


Rice 


T (390.12) 


^597-31 


441.92 


73 








Jowar 


O (364.22) 
















W (25-90) 








PR 


Dornakal 9 


ED 


Rice 


T (88.63) 


629-69 202.33 


699-30 


74 








Jowar 


TK (64.75) 
















W (23-88) 








PR 


Dornakal 9 


ED 


Rice 


T (257-79) 


942.51 54.63 


290.97 Tl 


75 








Jowar 


TK (257.79) 








KR 


Dornakal 11 


ED 


Rice 


T (97.12) 


142-45 


55.85 Ml 


76 








Jowar 


TK (97-12) 








KR 


Dornakal 7 


ED 


Rice 


T (232.69) 


900.42 530-95 


161.88 


77 








Jowar 


TK (228.65) 
















O (4-04) 








KR 


Dornakal 10 


ED 


Rice 


T (4.86) 


377-98 31.56 


16.99 


78 








Jowar 


O (4-86) 








KR 


Dornakal 8 


ED 


Rice 


T (61.11) 


1*002.81 18.62 


187.77 


79 








Jowar 


O (61.11) 








Urban Area (Dornakal Town) 


80 


PR 


Dornakal 2 


ED 


Rice 


T (286-52) 


632.52 12.14 


258.19 N1:M1:T1 


81 








Jowar 


TK (286.52) 









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164 
APPENDIX - II 

LAND UTILISATION DATA IN RESPECT OF NON-MUNICIPAL TOWNS (CENSUS TOWNS) 



Land use (i.e., area under different types of land use in hectares rounded to the 


nearest unit) 


SI 
No 


Name of town and taluk 
within brackets 


Irrigated by 

Total Area Forest sources 


Culturable waste 
(including 
Unirrigated gauchar and 


Area 
not available 








groves) 


for cultivation 




2 


3 4 5 


6 1 


8 


I 


Dornakal 


1*036.00 .. T (142.46} 


266.32 218-88 


408-34 




{Mahbubabad; 


TK ;i42-46) 






2 


Mahbubabad 


l'761-OO T (191.82) 


468.22 590.98 


509 98 




(Mahbubabad) 


TKC191.82) 







165 
APPENDIX - III 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE LIST OF VILLAGES WHERE ALL THE AMENITIES OTHER THAN 

DRINKING WATER ARE NOT AVAILABLE 



Name of Taluk 



CD 



Chitiyal 

Mulug 
Eturnagarani 



Gudar 



. C. No. 



54 
56 
61 
63 



15 



6 
11 

19 

20 

25 

26 

31 

33 

38 

43 

57 

113 

119 

120 

125 

130 

131 

132 

135 

146 

150 

151 

157 

15$ 

159 

13 
14 
16 
19 
20 

n 

25 
32 
33 
S7 
40 
41 
43 
44 



Narnt of Village 



Chlkncpdlle 

Panbapurara 
Dikshalcunta 
Pufldipainpula 

Thuparam 
Burrakjyalagudeni 

Bhupatipuram 

Devdumla 

Gangugudern 

Chittial 

Sarvai 

Rimpur f Agraharanrx) 

Mu!l>katta 




Allamvari Bhanpur 

ManaspaUe 

Dodla 

Jampangavai 

Veerapuranai 

Ankampalie 

Kousettivai 

Katnirasapuratn 

Singaram Patti Annarana 

Bhupatipuram 

Ancuram 

Sattaram 

Choulcd 

Bollcptllc Fatti Uogal 

Alligudcm 

Bandai 



Wadagudetn Patti Bindil 

Koodapor 

Pothapur 
Aalcaanaguda 
Ramaram 
Mamidigodcm 



FocKarw 
Yernvaraa 



166 
APPENDIX - III (Co field.) 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE LIST OF VILLAGES WHERE ALL THE AMENITIES OTHER THAN 

DRINKING WATER ARE NOT AVAILABLE 



Name of Taluk L.C. No. 


Name of Village 


PJ (2) 


(2) 


Gudur (Cone Id,} 45 


Mahadevuniguda 


46 


Jangalpalle 


47 


Pedda Yellapuram 


48 


Doravari Vempalle 


49 


Bothawaniguda 


51 


Durgaram 


55 


Pegadapalle 


57 


Mokkallapalle 


58 


My la ram 


60 


Kothapalle 


61 


Routuguda 


64 


Putlabhupathi 


66 


Katrenara 


67 


Chintaguda 


68 


Narsuguda 


70 


Bavurgonda 


77 


Polararn 


78 


Bakkachintalapad 


79 


Kistapur 


81 


Gunjed 


82 


Chinna Yellapur 


86 


Rangampet 


87 


Tungabandam 


93 


Adivarampet 


116 


Tatwari Vempalle 


117 


Gopalpur 


118 


Veerampet 


121 


Kongaragidda 


122 


Neelvancha 


125 


Timmapur 


126 


Kodisalrnitta 


127 


Panderu 


Warangal (U) 3 


Waddepalle 


Warangal (R) 45 


0ubakunta 


Cfceriyal 62 


Pullagudem 


Maripeda 15 


Kommanapalle 



16? 

APPENDIX - IV 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. Name of Village L.C. Name of Village 
Castes Population No. No. 
(Percentages) (1) (2) (1) C) 


l.C. Name of Village 
No. 
CD (2) 


CHITIVAL TALUK 


-5* 


26 Pongandla 


32 Ankushapur 


64 Byakkapet 




v 


(Siwar Somanpalle) 




6-10 


2 Kalikota 


5 Vencharami 


8 Gorlavedu 




15 Bornepalle 


27 Muchinparthi 


46 Madihapalle 




49 Kompalle 


56 Pambapurani 


59 Azamnagar 




62 Dudekulapalle 






11-15 


1 Venkatraopalle 


6 Neradpalle 


11 Nmcpaka 






(Patti Mahadevpur) 






20 Gummadvelli 


22 Pangadpallc 


33 Ramkishtapur 
iSiwar T<:kumatla) 




35 Ragbavreddipet 


48 Gudadupallc 


53 Ram pur 




58 Nagararn 


63 Pandipamula 




16-20 


9 Dboothpalle 


10 Vodthala 


14 Garmillapalle 




21 Ramkisbtapur (Siwar Vdcbal) 
31 SomanpaHe 


28 Thirmalapur 
38 Parlapalle 


30 Nawabpel 

39 Pedda fcoraatpalle 




41 Kurkishal 


43 Mogullapalle 




21-30 


3 Kalvapalle 
12 Chainpak 


4 Giddcmutharam 
13 Raghavapur 


7 Vajnefialle 
17 VHmpJtlle (Bcjigir) 
Patti Beji^ir Sharif 




18 Velcbal 


19 Kundanpallc 


24 Jadilpet 




25 Gopalapur 


29 Cbitiyal 


34 Tckumatl 




36 Dubbiyal 


40 Pcthgal 


42 MulkalpaHe 




44 Jookal 


45 Challagarege 


(Simtharrucncja) 




52 Kamalapur 


54 Chilcncpalle 


60 Nandigama 


31 -f 


16 Yemped 


37 Akcnplle 


50 Jangcdu 




51 Bboopalpalle 


55 Budiuram 




FARKAL TALUK: 


0-5* 


46 Sarwapur 


63 Kataksbaptt* 




6*10 


16 Gudipahad 


31 JfcflffcuUilx^ 


32 S^U**^r 




33 ICocaraopet 






IMS 


7 Bhagirthipet 


S RjtnuumiiSwSefli 


23 Cfcerlt|llc 




29 Dammannapet 


49 ICodNs^iJt (RjilJiB) 






60 Siogaram (Katacfcapur) 


412 Pi el ii^u!il*P 






* CU ' 


in**^ ti;iiM>^ tu^fi fu% flriw^nlfid Caste! 



168 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Rar.ge of Scheduled L.C. Name of Village 
Cartes Population No* 
(Percentages) (I) :2) 


L.C. Narne of Village 
No. 

(1) (2) 


L.C. Name of Village 
No. 

(1) (2) 




PARKAL TALUK (Concld.) 




16-20 5 Repaka 


6 Kodvatancha 


9 Thirmalgiri 


10 Regonda 


11 Lingal 


12 Kanaparthi 


13 Nagaram 


17 Pidsilhi 


19 Motlapalle 


22 Narlapur 


24 Varikole 


26 Raiparthi 


40 Nadikuda 


44 Dharmaram 


51 Koppul 


56 Taharupur 


57 Singararn (Kothagbat) 


58 Shayarapet 


64 HanzBuzurg 






21-30 1 Ankushapur Si war 


Pidsilla 2 Medararnatla 


3 Rangapuram 


4 Lakshmipuram 


14 Venkatapur 


15 Issipet 


20 Metpalle 


21 Vemulapalle 


25 Pulgilla 


27 Malkapet 


30 hennapur 


35 Kodepak (Khurd) 


36 Parkal 


39 Vellampalle 


43 Kantatmakur 




Patti Chandragir 




47 Ghatlakaniparthi 


48 Pocharam 


50 Kamareddipalle 


53 Katrepaile 


54 Vasantbapur 


55 Mylaram 


67 Muddunoor 






3! -f- 18 Gundlakurthi 


28 Paidipalle 


41 Choutparthi 


42 Mushtyalapalle 


45 Kowkonda 


61 Pyathipak 



66 Neerukulla 



-5* 
6-10 



31 Metlagudem Patti Linghl 

3 Peddapur 

20 Abbapuram 

42 Kannaigudein 

14 Gfaanaptirara 

27 Rangapuram Patti Chalvai 

43 Kasimdevipeta 
52 Bussapuram 

1 Chelpur 

9 NaUagunta 

16 Klarkapalle 

24 Venkalapuram 

48 Palhipallc 

11 Ranjamdapuranj 
54 



MULUG TALUK 

32 Muthapurara 

4 Adavi Rangapuram 
(Na rayanapurarn ) 
25 Machaporam 
49 Kothur 

22 Bandarupalle 
29 Pasranagaram 
45 Mulug 



2 Dharmaraopet 

10 Palampeta 

17 Mailaram 

41 Chalvai 



18 Bud bar am 



6 Timmapuram 

35 Rampuram 

51 Sarvapuram 

23 IncherJa 

39 Lakhnavaram 

47 Jaggannapeta 



7 Laxmidevipeta 

12 Kondapuram 

19 Narsapuram 

46 Madanpalle 

50 Pegadapalle 



15 Burrafcayalagudcm 



21 Jakararn 



169 

APPENDIX - IV 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. Name of Village 
Castes Population No. 
(Percentages) (I) (2) 


L.C. Narr.e of Vi'Iaje 

No. 

:i; (i) 


L.C. Same of Village 
NJ. 
Cl C^) 


ETURNACARAM TALUK 


0-5* 14 Garrevuia 


71 Karn^ram Patti Tadvai 


75 Ch.mbD na^ille 


'80 Koyagudem 


95 Mar.ur 


!1" Kamaram Patti Annaram 


132 Annarsrn 


150 Bollep^lc Patti Lingal 




6-10 8 Rajannapet 


50 Kalvapallj 


63 Venglapuram 


66 Gonepalle 


88 Kairrj.apuram 


96 Chunchupailc 


100 Ramachandrunipet 


107 Brahjnanapalie 


110 Dorncda 


124 Narsapuram Patti Annaram 


157 Bandai 




11-15 4 Tupakulagudem 


48 lyapur 


53 Oorettam 


59 Padigapurarn Patti Pangdi 


89 Mangapef fPodmur) 


97 Narasimhasagaram 


105 Kattigudam 


114 Beerclli 


141 Tadvai 


154 Lingal 






16-20 15 Muppanpalle 


22 SI ngaram Patti Gurre\u!a 


39 Eturnagaram 


40 Akulavari Ghanpur 


61 Nar'apuram 


S2 Gogupalle 


84 Peda Venkatapuram 


92 Cheerupalle { Kothapei) 


93 Narsapur < Mangapct) 


104 Rajupet 


128 Katapuratn 




21-30 29 Chalbak 


62 Elbak 


7S Ramannagudem 






Pa^ti Eturnagaram 


91 Koniatpalle 


94 Thirnampet 


101 Wadagudam Patt i Rajupet 


106 Akinepalle Mailaram 


111 Rangapuram 






Patti Annaram 




31 -f 6 Dcvdumla 


1 1 Gangugudem 


13 Kanaygudtfra 






Patti Gurr evula 


16 Buttaigudem 


21 Cbintagudem 


23 Ettur 




Patti Gurrcvula 




26 Mullyfcatta 


27 Shankarajpalle 


34 Retwcr 


38 Manaspalle 


45 Kondai 


72 Sfeahpalle 


79 Papkapur 






GUDUR TAtUK 


-5* 3 Govindapur 


10 Medapallc 


14 PotKaptir 


18 Poongonda 


27 SadirrddipalU 


32 GuiwlJtm 


34 Murraiguda 


35 Encbaguda 


17 NeciampalU 


39 Yedulapalle 


44 Marriguda 


47 Ptiid* YellajHiranj 


50 Musmi 


51 Durgaram 


52 GttiwJrcptile 


56 Pogallapallc 


60 Kotiwpullc 


71 Gaagaram 


77 Polaram 


92 Bbopathipct 


H Srt*E*gar 


96 Pongo<Je 


101 Guadeoaga 


103 GAJotmfaUtt 


106 Bollepallc 


IB Te*$Uvetii 


1 14 DunerivmcKta 


IIS Macherla 


117 Gopalpar 


It9 UtU 



120 Matwadt 



170 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 

Castes Population No. 

(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 
No. 

(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



6-10 2 Kannaraopet 

6 Rudraguda 

12 Dabirpet 

49 Botha wan iguda 

S3 Manga Iwarpet 

89 Kotfaoor 

107 Rajanpalle 

11-15 1 Ramateertham 

16 Ankannaguda 

29 Pakhal (Ashoknagar) 

99 Thimmarainpad 

105 Gudur 

111 Arapanpalle 

16-20 45 MabadeVuaiguda 

100 Ycl la iguda 

21-30 78 Bakfcacfeintalapad 



31 -f 20 



GUDUR TALUK (Concld.) 

4 Nagarajpalle 

7 Gundlapahad 
22 Kainaram 

63 Velballe 

84 Budhraopet 

90 Dharmaraopet 

123 Karlai 

8 Rampur 

24 Jangamwar iguda 

59 Kothagudera 

102 Madnapur 

109 Intikanne 

112 Naikpalle 

87 Tungabandam 
108 Nagaram 



69 Koniatlaguda 



5 Shangaram 

11 Itikalpalle 

, 31 Khanapur 

66 Katreuam 

85 Ainepalle 

97 Papaipet 

13 Kondapur 

26 Ootai 

73 Madigudem 

104 Ayodhyapur 

1 10 Katrepalle 



88 Rangapur 



75 Bathulapalle 



-5* 29 Rajpet 

66 Bollikonda 

-10 13 Venkmtapar 

17 ReUkunta 

34 Karamcpalle 

4S Amcenald 

6 Chicna Korpoln 



Poaakal 




NARASAMPET TALUK 
47 Khalli 



14 Mallampalle 

18 Rangapuratn 

28 Mmhojipet 

56 Gundrepalle 
68 Burgamadla 

16 NaixJigaon 

25 Mohammadpur 

33 Maheswaram 

43 Kooapuram 

50 Upperapaile 

57 NekkoncLa 
5 Topaapalle 



?-*}# 



i% i4fcV, C:, 1 . 1 ;-.; 



64 Redlawada 



15 Lenkalapalle 

23 Banajipet 

38 Laknepalle 

^ Appalaraopet 



20 Mucbii^pula 

26 Timmampct 

40 Adivi Rangaper 

44 Atkalcb^d 

51 Mudigonda 

61 PoddaKorpolc 



J Rebalk. 



tf- 

JN'M 




171 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A I SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 
Castes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C 

No, 
(1) 



Name of Village 



21-30 3 Kamaram 

36 Chalpartfai 

31 + I Brahmanpalle 



NARASAMPET TALUK (Concld.) 

4 Laxmipur 
58 Pathipaka 



11 Togtrrai 



-5 



3 Waddepalle 



6-10 Nil 

11-15 12 Warangal Fort 

16-20 20 Kadipikonda 

21-30 1 Madikonda 

31 -h 6 Kumar palle 



WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



5 Palvclpoia 
li GorrcktmtA 



13 



WARANGAL CRURAL) TALUK 



-5* 
6-10 

11-15 
16-20 



21-30 



21 Venkatapm (Cbandragiri) 



3 
52 

7 

57 

S 

IS 
39 
47 
56 



Laknavaram 
Macfeapur 

Nagaram 
Pallorgixia 

Sudaupalle 
Cboi*dlapalie 

Mogilicherla 
Vancfeaaagiri 
Cfaictalapalte 



59 

SO KotBmaU 
58 

16 



14 

19 
43 
S3 
60 NalUWk ( Yci^r) 



51 

17 

15 

44 
55 




172 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L,C 
Castes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1) 


Name of Village 
(2) 


L.C. 
No. 

0) 


Name of Village 
(2) 


L.C. 

No. 
(1) 


Name of Village 
<2> 



0-5* 16 Kondapur 

6-10 34 Fathepur 

11-15 2 Narayanaglri 

15 Peechera 

33 Krishnajigudem 

60 Sbapalle 

16-20 3 Mupparam 

14 Gundalasagar 

28 Dharmapuram 

38 Parnnur 

49 Chagal 

61 Thammadapalle(Gudur) 

21-30 1 Velair 

9 Yelkorthy Dbarniasagar 

19 Malkapur 

22 PeddaPemtyala 

35 Tatikoada 

43 Sagaram 

47 Nenriligoada 

54 Taadarpalle 

31 -f 13 Sudeshpalle 

29 Nasikal 

50 Kottiapalle f Medikoada) 
58 Timrhapur (Chitur) 



GHANPUR TALUK 



59 Suraram 

5 Somdevarapalle 
18 Lingampalle 
46 Timmampet 

4 Devaur 

17 Sripatfaipalle 

30 Chinna Pendyala 

39 Uppugal 

55 Teegram 

6 Madipalle 
10 Kyathampalle 
20 Venkatadripet 
26 VenkatapuramCChitur) 

36 Pullagutta 
44 Konsichalam 

51 Medikonda 
62 Obalapur 

23 Rampur 

37 Ghanpur 

52 Raghavapur 



12 Mallikudurla 

31 Rajavaram 
48 Sivunipalle 

7 Unikicherla 
24 Malakapalle 

32 Chilupur 

41 Garimallapalle 

56 Zafargadha 

8 Dharmasagar 
11 Janakipur 

21 Tatikayaia 

27 Ragfaunathapa lie 

40 Kunuru 

45 Tammadapalle 

53 Vishwanathpur 

25 Vanamalakanaparthy 

42 Tidugu 

57 Aliabad 



Satekpor 



CHERIYAL TALUK 



54 Tapasapalle 

lUniaebaudrapurani 



59 Salvapar 

73 Kesire<kiipalle 

11 Ankusbapuraia 
21 GowraipalJc 

Malakpet 
47 ftfarrmmtila 



Kondapur 
16 Bairanpalle 
3S 




173 

APPENDIX -IVfContd) 
A ! SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 
Castes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 

No, 

(U 



Name of Village 
(2) 



3LC. 
No. 

(1) 



Name of Village 



CHERIVAL TALUK (Ccracld.) 



16-20 36 Abdul nagar am 

58 Nagpur 

70 Alimpur 

79 Chinna Ramancherla 

21-30 3 Kamlaipalie 

9 Bekkal 

24 Vecharani 

42 Veldenda 

46 Dbarmaram 

56 Posanapalle 

66 Nagireddipalle 

76 Basireddipalle 

31 4- 23 Kistaropet 

33 Akkerajapallc 

74 Lakshrnapur 



53 Ainapur 

61 Lingampalle 

71 Katkoor 

81 Narayanapur 

4 Arjunapallc 

18 Dommai 

35 Narsaptir alias R.arnrajp*llc 

43 Amroapur 

SO Chcnchanofcou 

64 Konnc 

$7 Gangapurim 

80 Pochannapcta 



31 

52 Ranruagtr 



55 Gurvaonapet 
69 Itaktlpalic 
77 B*channapt 



6 Lirtgapuram 

20 Marinausthuiym 

37 Gaodir am v a r m 

44 Ladoor 

5! KadaVcrgu 

65 Fad mat i Kcshvapw 

72 Bamdanagmrain 



32 Pot bar am 
57 



0-5* 
6-10 
H-15 



16-20 



Nil 
25 Peda Ramancherla 

1 Cop? ajpalle 

5 Ycrragollapabad 

27 Siddeoki 

53 



Myka&it 

11 Ippagorieua 
23 Pasanaftdte 
$5 Bhanjipcta 
49 L, 



JANGAOM TALUK 



3 Vcnkriya 
H Marxk 
37 G***etta 



7 
17 
2t YeittewU 



4 
43 

t 

14 

* 

m 




174 
APPENDIX - IV 

A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 

Castes Population No. 

(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 

No. 
CD 



Nanie of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



-5* Nil 

6-10 6 Kondapuram 

37 Dharmapuram 

11-15 7 Palakhurtby 

22 Dardepalle 

27 Authapuram 

38 Kadavendi 

50 Wadde Kothapalle 

16-20 5 Bommera 

11 Shatapuram 

20 Visnoor 

26 Regula 

30 Pocharnpalle 

43 Lakshmakkapalle 

21-30 1 Kothalabad 

4 Gudur 

16 Nirmala 

41 ManpaJiad 

31 + 48 Raagapuram 



KODAKONDLA TALUK 



19 Madhapuram 



35 Channur 



12 Kolkonda 


18 Madur Kalan 


23 Valmadi 


24 Mallampalle 


33 Muthram 


34 Manchippula 


42 Mondrai 


46 Kodakondla 


51 Pocharam 




8 Lakshrninarayanapuram 


10 Tborrur 


14 Madur Kfaurd 


17 Ramarajpalle 


21 Teegaram 


25 Vavilala 


28 Nancharimodur 


29 Peddavangara 


32 Edunuthula 


39 Devaruppala 


44 Ramavaram 


49 Kurpalle 


2 Iravennu 


3 Thirmalagiri 


13 Chowdur 


15 Singarajpalle 


31 Gantlakunta - 


40 GoIIapalle 


45 Pakala 


47 Narasingapuram 



0-5* 



IMS 



60 Aunaram Sherief 

21 Thcegrajopalle 
SO Burfeanpalle 



4 Alipar 




WARDHANNAPET TALUK 



3$ Engole 

52 Fothireddipalle 

61 Koodapar 

25 Katrial 

46 Thirmalapalle 

57 Soiaaram 



1 1 "Vesfcatapur (Haveli) 

15 Pusoole 

32 Gaanaaram 
35 



39 Cfaintanekkortda 

55 Perifced 

62 Ghattikal 

42 Rollakal 

47 Konduru 

63 JagannathapaU e ; 

12 Katrepalle (Ha^lii 

17 

2$ 




175 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A : SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 

Castes Population No. 

(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 
No. 

(1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C, 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



WARDHANNAPET TALUK (Concld.) 



21-30 5 Konda party 

14 Bollekunta 

22 Shapur 

29 Damraannapet 

48 Kesavapur 

31 + 1 Bhatpalle 

7 Singaram 

28 Band an tap u ram 



8 Mamnaor 

16 Kakiralapallc 

24 Upparapalle 

36 GopanapaHe 

54 Mylarim 

2 Kotbapallc(Havcli) 

9 Nakkalapallc 
30 Divitipalle 



10 

30 Gavichcrlt 

27 Nandmaarn 

45 

59 

3 Ammavariptt 
1$ Chcnrurara 



0-5* 

6-10 



11-15 



16-20 



Nil 

9 Kantaipaleui 

39 Reponi 

51 Uggampalle 

59 Neelfcorthy 

74 Gandepudi 

3 Mecharajupaiie 

16 Velikatta 

32 Karkal 
49 Jayyaram 

54 Magaram Kalan 

62 Ullepallc 

69 Maripeda 

6 Gurthur 

H Nellikiidar 

27 Cherlapalcm 

33 Mupparam ICataa 
56 



MARIPEDA TALUIC 



24 DauthalapAllc 

40 Gonnejwilic 

52 YelUmpet 

60 Aocpor 



4 
It 
4i 
m 
57 



Erjerfc 



3B 

41 



3 

42 

51 Ch.lUmcherU 

72 TTumaaiclierU 



4i 
53 
t V 
44 



It bcfc&a! 

14 

51 

55 V. 

tl T* 




176 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
A I SCHEDULED CASTES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled 
Castes Population 
(Percentages) 


L.C. Name of Village 
No. 
(1) (2) 


L.C. Name of Village 
No. 
U) (2) 


L.C. Name of Village 
No, 
(1) (2) 


MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Concld.) 


-10 


5 Upparapalle 


6 Dhanasari 


7 Bheriwada 




8 Penugonda 


10 Apparajupalle 


13 Reddial 




14 Kfaambhalpalle 


35 Nadiwada 


22 Kalwala 




23 Komatipalle 


24 Mupparam Khurd 


27 Nainal 




28 Modanthurthy 


35 Alair 


36 Vavilala 




38 Jangligonda 


39 Parvathgiri 


41 Chengapurarn 




44 Jamandlapalle 


46 Gundrathimadugu 


47 Narayanpuram 




48 Mogilicberla 


51 Mallial 


54 Sudanpalle 




56 Madhapuram 


61 Kancherlaguda 


62 Rajolu 




63 Gollacberla 


65 Nallella 


70 Mannegudem 




76 Burgupahad 


77 Venaaram 


79 Uyyalawada 


<M5 


3 Mahmood Patnam 


4 Kesamudram 


19 Annaram 




20 Tallapusapalle 


33 Laxmipur 


34 Narsimlagudem 




37 Anmangal 


49 Kurvi 


50 Bethole 




52 Nereda 


53 Thathupalle 


58 Chintapalle 




59 Modgulagudem 


64 Balpal 


66 Tallasankusa 




67 Upprgudem 


68 Seerole 


69 Kampalle 




71 Mulkaiapalle 
74 PermajKllasaiifcesa 


72 Ravigudem 
75 Chilkodu 


73 Kaanegondla 


16-2 


1 Ingurtby 
3,1 Sree Ramgiri 

57 Ajryagaripalle 


21 Rangapuram 
32 Singaram 
SI Arnmapalem 


25 Rajulakothapalle 
40 Mudpugal 


21-30 


2 Korckondapalk 
45 Aaantbaram 


26 Nagaratn Kburd 
55 Kandikooda 


30 Mungalvaid 


31 + 


29 Ravirala 


43 Gumudoor 


60 Thirmalanrirarn 



177 

APPENDIX - IV (Coatd) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 
Tribes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1 ) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L,C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



UC. 
No. 

(1) 



Name of Village 



CHITIYAL TALUK 



0-5* 



6-15 



16-25 

26-35 

36-50 
51 4- 



0-5* 



1 Venkatraopalle 

14 Garmillapalle 

19 Kundanpalle 

27 Muchmpartbi 

31 Sornanpalle 

44 Jookal 

47 Kothapalle (Simthamanncm) 

4 Giddemutharam 
11 Ninepaka 

50 Jangedu 

61 Diksbakunta 

3 Kalvapalfc 

64 Byakkapet 

5 Yenchararoi 
60 Nandigama 



7 VajnepaHe 

15 Bornepallc 

24 Jadalpct 

29 Ctiitiyal 

37 Akcnpallc 

45 ChaUagarege 
4% 



6 Ncradpallc 

(Patti Mahadevpur) 
21 RamkishUpur 

iS,w*r Velcbal) 
51 Bhoopalpallc 



12 

52 

53 



U Raghavapur 

18 Vclchal 

26 Pongandla 

30 Nawat>pct 

39 Pedda Koroatpille 

46 Madthapalle 

56 Pambapuram 

i Gorlavedu 



59 Axamna^ar 



51 

55 



Nil 



PARKAL 



I 

6 

11 

14 

17 
22 
26 



AnkusbaimrCSiwarFiailla} 
Kodvataocha 

Lingai 

Vcnkatapar 

Fidsilla 




178 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled 
Tribes Population 
(Percentages) 


L.C. 

No. 
CD 


Name of Village 
(2) 


L.C. 

No, 
(1) 


Name of Village 
(2) 


L.C. 

No. 
(1) 


Name of Village 
(2) 






PARKAL 


TALUK 


(Concld ) 






26-35 




Nil 










36-50 




Nil 










51 4- 




Nil 











0-5* 
6-15 

16-25 
26-35 

36-50 

5! + 



14 Ghanapuram 
21 Jakaram 

1 Chelpur 

11 Ramanujapuram 

19 Narsapuram 

41 Chalvai 

7 Laxmidevipeta 
27 Rangapuram Fatti ChaJvai 
52- Bussapuram 

3 Peddapur 

35 Ramp a ram 

6 Timmapuram 
SO Pegadapalle 

31 Metlagndem Patti Lin gal 
44 Annampallc 
54 Karlapallc 



MULUG TALUK 

18 Budharam 

23 Incherla 

2 Dharmaraopet 
12 Koodapuram 

24 Venkatapuram 
45 Mulug 

9 Nallagunta 
39 Lakhnavaram 



4 Adavi Rangapuram 

(Narayanapuram) 
48 Patbipalie 

47 Jaggannapeta 



32 Muthapuram 
46 Madanpalle 



20 Abbapuram 

29 Pasranagaram 

10 Palampeta 

17 Mailaram 

25 Macbapuram 

22 Bandarupalle 

43 Kasimdevipeta 

8 Ramanathapalle 



49 Kotbur 

42 Kannaigudem 
51 Sarvapuram 



Battaigadcm 




ETURNAGARAM TALUK 
38 Maoaspalle 

21 Chuatagudcm 

Patti Gu 
79 Papkapur 



39 Etoroagaram 
61 Narjapurain 



101 Wadagoda 
Ilf Be^reUl ' ^ 




W Mangapet (Podmar) 

fit 



179 

APPENDIX - IV fContd.j 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C* 

Tribes Population No. 

(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C. 
No. 

CD 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C. 

No. 



Name of Village 

(2) 



36-50 



51 



ETURMAGARAM TALUK (ConcW.) 
13 Kanaygudem Patti Gurrevula 20 Sarvai 



50 Kalvapalle 

91 Komatpalle 

98 Poreddipalle 

141 Tadvai 

2 Bhupatipuram 

8 Rajannapet 

24 Kanthacpalle 

29 Chalbak 

33 AlIaravariBhanpur 

43 Dodla 

53 Oorettam 

59 Padigapuram Patti Pangdi 

68 Koodaparthy 

107 Brahmanapalle 

111 Rangapuram Patti Aaaarim 

119 Ankampalle 

1 26 Pa mbapur a m 

135 Sattaram 

150 BollepallcPattiUnga! 

154 Lingal 

159 WadagndcBQ Fmtti Bandal 



S3 Sivapuram 
92 OiecrupaHe (Kothipct) 
127 Damcrvmi 



45 Kondat 

$4 Pcda Venkatapuram 

96 Chunchupallc 

133 Gangartra Patti Anna ram 



3 Gangaram Patti Gmrevala 

1! Gangugudcm 

25 Rampur (Agraharana) 

30 Ranajibafidam 

37 Butaram 

44 MaJyal 



71 



VeagUpuram 

Kama ram Patti Tadvai 
106 Baodarugudem 
113 Vccrapurain 
120 ICowstttivai 
130 

146 Cbcwlcd 
151 Allifl 
157 



4 
If 
26 
3! 
4t 
4* 
5* 

100 
110 

124 

131 

152 
IS! 
164 



Chiltttl 

Mo JykaiU 

Yclscttiptllc 

Ektala 

lyapiu 

Medarara Fmtti Chalvai 

Goivrpallc 



Domeda 

Vcliapuram ( Athanat*da) 

N*raaaprm Patti Amuraia 



Parti 



Pocfcapur 

Har 



.0 -5* 
6-15 

16-25 



5 ShangArain 
111 



0UPUETAUM 
32 




IS Konapur 
56 PogaUmpaJlc 
104 Ayodhyapw 



7 Gt**Siap*JM*i ,r,f;-',^ 
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180 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 
Tribes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 
No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L,C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



51 -f 2 Kannaiaopet 

19 Raraarani 

24 Jangamwariguda 

34 Murraiguda 

43 Karnegandi 

46 Jangalpalle 

30 Musmi 

54 Govindapuram 

59 Kothagudem 

64 Putlabhupathi 

68 Narsuguda 

73 Madigiidem 

76 Eswaraguda 

79 Kistapw 

9$ Adivaranapet 

113 Teegalveni 

116 Tatwari Yempalle 

119 Utla 

122 Neelvancha 

126 Kodisalmitta 



0-5* 2 Peucbifcalpet 

6 EtaggOBdi 
12 Rekampallc 
15 Lcnkalapalle 
Narakkapct 
Ranoavaram 



GUDUR TALUK (Concld.) 

3 Govindapur 

21 Dubbaguda 

25 Kundanpalle 

40 Yerravaram 

44 Marriguda 

48 Doravari Vempalle 

51 Durgaram 

57 Mokkallapalle 

60 KothapalJe 

66 Katrenam 

70 Bavurgonda 

74 Tirmalgandi 

77 Polaram 

81 Gunjed 

96 Pongode 
1 14 Dameravancba 
117 Gopalpur 
120 Matwada 
123 Karlai 
127 Paodern 

NARASAMPET TALUK 

3 Kama ram 

9 Ponakal 

13 Venkatapur 

IS Rangapuram 

30 Sarvapur (Dwarakpet) 

38 Laknepalle 

53 Panikera 



18 Poongonda 

22 Kamaram 

28 Timmapur 

41 Rangappaguda 

45 Mahadevuniguda 

49 Bothawaniguda 

52 Gondrepalle 

58 Mylararn 

61 Routuguda 

67 Chintaguda 

71 Gangaram 

75 Bathulapalle 

78 Bakkachintalapad 

83 Mangalwarpet 

101 Gundenaga 

115 Macherla 

118 Veerampet 

121 Kongaragidda 

125 Timmapur 



4 Laxmipur 

10 Nachinepalle 

14 Mallampallc 

21 Nallaballe 

32 Narasanapet 

39 Madiramandapalle 

56 Gucdrepalle 



17 Relatunta 
33 Maheswarani 
Deekshakunta 
55 Stirpalle 
2 



20 Muchimpula 
43 Koftapuraia 
63 Venkataper 







181 

APPENDIX - IV (ContdJ 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED THIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANOE3 



lange of Scheduled L.C. 

Tribes Population No. 

(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



L.C. 

No. 
(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. Name of Village 
(I) (2) 



\VARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



0-5* 1 Madikoada 

13 Thimmapur (Haveli) 

6-15 Nil 

16-25 Nil 

26-35 Nil 

36-50 Nil 

51 -f 3 Waddepallc 



6 KumarpaUe 
20 Kadtpikonda 



11 Gorrefcttnt* 



-5* 1 Anantbsagar 

5 Hasanparthi 

8 Sudanpalle 

13 Fulkurty 

16 Kothaghat 

19 Oorgoada 

27 Tararpalle 

31 Damcra 

34 Agrampahad 

37 Macgonda 

40 Kothapct 

43 Pothrajpallc 

54 Shayaij>et{ Havel!) 

63 Thiraaaper Patti Yelr 



WARANOAL (RURAL) TALUK 

2 Jaifiri 
6 Pctnbarty t 
10 

14 
1? 
. 23 



32 
35 

Jt 
41 





182 

APPENDIX -IV {Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. 
Tribes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1 ) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. Name of Village L.C. Name of Village 

No. No. 

(1) (2) (1) (2) 



GHANPUR TALUK (Concld.) 



0-5* 23 Rampur 

26 Venkatapuram (Chitur) 

30 Chinna Pendyala 

36 Pullagutta 

39 Uppugai 

42 Tidugu 

48 Sivunipalle 

51 Medifconda 

6-15 10 Kyatharopalle 

35 Tatikonda 

56 Zafargadha 

16-25 1 Velair 

55 Teegram 

26-35 Nil l 

36-50 31 Rajavarara 

51 -f 34 Fathepur 



24 Malakapallc 

28 Dharmapuram 

32 Chilupur 

37 Ghanpur 

40 Kunuru 

43 Saga ram 
49 Chagal 

52 Raghavapur 

16 Kondapur 

46 Timmampet 

44 Konaichalarn 
59 Suraram 



62 Obalapur 



25 Vanamalakanaparihy 

29 Nasikal 

33 Krishnajigudem 

38 Pamnur 

41 Garimallapalle 

47 Netniligonda 

50 Kothapalle (Medtkonda) 

61 Thammadapalle (Gudur) 

18 Lingampalle 

54 Tandarpalle 

53 Vishwanathpar 



0-5* 



13 



2 Ctetiyml 
5 Jalapalle 

Tangoppula 
17 Aknoor 
21 
26 

29 Rcbartby 
Potbafftaa 



CHERIYAL TALUK 

3 Kamlaipalle 

6 Lingapurara 

14 Solipuram 

19 Tadoor 

22 KomaraveUe 

27 M*<War 

30 Vallampatla 

33 Afck era ja pall c 

43 Ammapur 

48 Stlakpar 

51 K^davcrgu 
Nmgpur 




4 Arjunapalle 

7 Dhoolmitta 

16 Bairanpalle 

20 Mariinusthiaya 

25 Chcriyal 

28 Gagilapcr 

3! Vangampalle 

35 Kigrsapof alias 

44 Ladnoor 

49 Mostiyal 

52 ^ 



59 Sarvapur 
65 



77 B*ch*aapet 



42 



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APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C. Name of Village 
Tribes Population No. 
(Percentages) (1) (2) 


L*C. Name of Village 

No. 

CM (2) 


UC. 
0) 


Name of Village 

(2) 


JANGAON TALUK 


0-5 * 


3 


Venkriya 


9 


Govardhanagin 


10 


Kurachapalle 




11 


Ippagudem 


12 


SamixlraU 


11 


ICsnchanpalte 




14 


Komandla 


15 


Vcldi 


11 


Fatheshapur 




21 


Vadlafconda 


*> 


Shamir pet 


24 


Oblakeshavapur 




25 


Peda Ramancherla 


27 


Siddeaki 


30 


Chitkakodur 




31 


Chowdaram 


33 


Ntdigonda 


34 


Ra ^i \uaat bm pa He 




35 


Bhanjipeta 


3R 


Koduru 


39 


Cheeturv 




40 


Kundaram 


43 


Neiititlt 


45 


Petnbarthy 




46 


Kail em 


49 


L. Ghanpur 


so 


Va<idicherU 




51 


Nyalapogula 


52 


KoihapalJc 


55 


Jedikal 


6-15 


2 


Peddapahad 


16 


Mtdharam 


20 


GancupavhAd 


16-25 


5 


Yerragollapahad 


7 


Kbileshapuram 


17 


Ibrdu.tmfM 




19 


Marigsdi 










26-35 


4 


Advikeshvapur 










36-50 


6 


Mykaibat 










51 -f 




Nil 











0-5* 



-ts 



I-2S 



K-35 



2 Iravenom 
10 Tbofrnr 
IS Singarajpalle 
31 GantlatunU 
39 Dcvaruppala 
50 



KODAKONDLA TALUK 

3 
12 
21 
12 
47 



13 Cfcowtfv 

B 

3$ 



4 Gudar 
25 Vavitftl* 
3S Kadavendi 



14 

33 Wt 

44 




184 

APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of Scheduled L.C . 
Tribes Population No, 
(Percentages) (1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



L.C. 
No. 
U) 



Name of Village 

(2) 



No. 

(1) 



Name of Village 
(2) 



6-15 
16-25 

26-35 

36-50 

51 -f 

0-5* 



6-15 



17 Panthini 

20 Gavicherla 
26 Yellanda 

29 Dammannapet 

36 Gopanapalle 

51 Katrepalle 

6 Inolc 

49 Kolampalle 

21 Tbeegrajupalle 
33 Wardhannapet 
39 Chiutanekkonda 
46 Thirmalapalle 

53 Muripirala 

62 Ghattilcal 

$3 Eugotc 

60 Anoaramsherief 

52 Potbireddipalle 



1 Somarain 

19 Gopaiagiri 

24 Dantbalapallc 

32 Kartal 

39 Repeal 



WARDHANNAPET TALUK (Concld.) 

18 Chennaram 

22 Shapur 

27 Nandanam 

31 Ramavaram 

41 Wadlakonda 



59 Kalleda 

44 Laibarthy 

54 Mylaram 

23 Lohitha 

35 Nallaballe 

40 Choutapalle 

50 Burhanpalle 

55 Periked 
65 Sanuurti 

42 Rollakal 



56 Revooru 

MARIPEDA TALUK 

6 Gurthnr 

20 Fatfceptir 

25 Matedu 

33 Mupparam (Kalan) 

47 GaadanarajpaUe 



19 Ramachandrapar 

24 Upparapalle 

28 Bandantapuram 

34 Kotbapalle 

47 Konduru 

45 Raipatty 

64 Ookal patti Raiparthi 

25 Katrial 

37 Kanakapaka 

43 Kothur 

58 Parvathagiri 

57 Somaram 



48 Kesavapur 



63 Jagannathapalle 



9 Kantaipaletn 
22 Brahman 
28 Chikutaipalem 
37 KuinmarikiiQtla 
57 Rampsr 



10 Kachikal 

45 Kamalyadevipalle 

56 Datla 

73 Bnrbanpar 



21 Pole pall e 

46 

5$ Chillamch&rla 

74 Gaodepodi 

12 

29 Harpriyai 
50 



Venkataparam 




mx-- f - 



APPENDIX - IV (Contd.) 
B : SCHEDULED TRIBES 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL 

POPULATION BY RANGES 



Lange of Scheduled 
Tribes Population 
(Percentages) 


L.C. Name of Village 
No. 

(1) (2) 


L.C Name of Village 
No. 

U) (2) 


L,C Name of Village 
No. 

(1} 12} 






MAHBUBABAD TALUK 




.5* 


5 Upparapalle 


25 Rajulakothapalle 


29 Ravirala 




30 Mungalvaid 


60 Thirmalapurara 


73 Kannegondla 


6-15 


1 Ingurthy 


2 Korukondapalle 


4 Kesamudram 




22 Kalwala 


26 Nagaratn SChurd 


31 Srec Kamgiri 




35 Alair 


55 Kandikonda 


81 Ammapalem 


16-25 


14 Khambhalpalle 


20 Tallapusapalle 


32 Singaram 




40 Mudpugal 


43 Gurnudoor 


44 JamaadlapalU 




45 Anantharam 


53 Thathupalle 


59 Modgulagudem 




71 Mulkalapalle 






26-35 


8 Penugonda 


24 Mupparam Khurd 


33 Laksbmipur 




34 Narsimlagudem 


48 Mogilicherla 


49 Kurvi 




50 Bethole 


54 Sudanpalle 


64 Balpai 




74 Permandlasankesa 






36-50 


3 Mahrnood Pataain 


6 Dhanasari 


10 Apparajupallc 




13 Reddial 


15 Nadiwada 


16 Edulapusapalle 




19 Annaram 


27 Nainal 


28 Modanthurthy 




36 Vavilala 


37 Anmangal 


3S Jangligooda. 




52 Nereda 


56 Madhapuram 


58 Chmtapallc 




62 Rajolu 


65 Nallclla 


68 Seerole 




69 Karnpalle 


70 Mannegudcm 


75 Chilkodu 




76 Burgupahad 


77 vcnnaram 


79 Uyyalawada 


51 + 


7 Bheriv/ada 


9 Goviodapur 


11 KLoIlapuraiu 




12 Boddcngonda 


17 Laxmipur 


18 Vcmnoor 




21 Rangapuram 


23 Kosafttiptlle 


39 Parvatbgin 




41 Chengapuram 


46 Gundrathinwdagu 


47 Narayanpurani 




51 Mallial 


61 Kancberlajuda 


63 Gollacherla 




66 Tallasankusa 


67 Uppcrgudctn 


72 Ravigudem 




78 Gurralakunta 







186 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IX 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 19S1 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No, (I9Si Census; 


Name of the hamlets 
if any{19Sl Census} 


Location Coc 


leNo. 

-. Remarks 
1961 
(6) (7) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


CHITIYAL TALUK* 


1 AkenpaHe 


1 IppaiapaHe 


37 


32 


32 


2 Aukushapur Siwar Somanpalle 


\ m 


32 


18 


18 


3 Azairtnagar 


tu 


59 


125 


125 


4 Bhimghanpur 


.. 


57 


123 


123 Uninhabited 


5 Bhoopiilpalle 


^ 


51 


118 


US 


6 BornepaHe 


. . 


15 


26 


26 


7 Budhararn 


1 Lambadi Tanda 


55 


128 


128 


8 Byakkapet 


, fc 


64 


131 


131 


9 Chainpak 
10 Challagarcge 


1 Andugutanda 


32 

45 


6 
47 


6 

47 


11 Chiknepalle 


^ a 


54 


121 


121 


12 Chitiyal 


1 Venkatrapalle 


29 


44 


44 




2 Chintalpalle 










3 Teletcramaiahpalle 










4 Thotapalle 










5 Dharmaraopet 








13 Dikshakunta 





61 


127 


127 


14 Dhoothpalle 


1 Kundoorpalle 


9 


12 


12 


15 Dubbiyal 


1 Mandakmipalle 


36 


30 


30 


16 Dudekulapalle 


1 Vinobhavapuram 


62 


129 


129 


17 GarraiUapaJle 


1 PachikalapaJIe 


14 


25 


25 


1& Giddemutharani 


1 Lambadithauda 


4 


4 


4 


19 Oopalapur 


* 


25 


113 


113 


20 Gorlavedu 
21 Gudadupalle 
22 Gtuntnadveiii 


1 Lambadithanda 


8 
48 
20 


11 
115 
23 


11 
115 
23 


23 Jadalpet 


1 Bhavasinghpalle 


24 


14 


14 




2 Nadimipalle 








24 Jangedu 


1 Kasimpalle 


50 


117 


117 




2 Gaddiganipalle 










3 Beddalapallc 










4 Seggampalle 










5 Fakkeregadda 










6 Vesbalapalle 










1 Gurijalawada 










8 Pedchkuntapallc 








25 Joofca! 










26 KaiUpur 


*. 


44 


49 


49 


27 ICftliiot* 





23 


15 


15 


21 Kalvftpollc 


# * 


2 


* 2 


2 







3 


3 


3 


K.Upur 


! Monkunaiktanda 

1 f\ *.f~. VT_ * J * ___ 


52 


119 


119 





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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER \VITHTHEIR HVMLETS \S IS <?; CENSUS AND 

LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM !9*; TO 1931 CENSUSES 



SI. 


Name of the village 


Name of ::*, h^rr/.e:* 


Lc?iiM?-OdeN^ 


No. 


(19S1 Census) 


if 2.0% * 19^1 C' 5 "*'* '*} 


i _ t> -*- 3 * I- - 








J9S1 1VI I A'. 


(1) 


<2) 


''3' 


A} ' *' ~) 



30 KompaMe 



3 1 Kothapalle CSitnthamaunem) 

32 Kundanpalle 

33 Kurkishal 

34 Madthapalle 

35 MoguIIapaHe 

36 Muchinparthi 



37 Mulkalpalle 

38 Nagaram 

39 Nandigama 

40 Nawabpet 

41 Neradpalle (Patti Mahadevpur) 

42 Ninepaka 

43 Pambapurarn 

44 Pandipampula 

45 Pangadpalle 

46 Parlapalle 

47 Pcdda Komatpallc 

48 Pongandla 

49 Pothgal 

50 Raghavapur 

51 Raghavrcddipct 

52 Ramkishtapur Si war Tekumatla 

53 Ramkishtapur Siwar Vclcbal 

54 Rampur 

55 Somanpallc 
S* Tekumatla 

57 Tbirraalapur 

51 Vajocpmlic 

59 Vclctul 



CHITIYAL TALUK 



2 Mahboob?a!!e 

3 PuIuTirar.a.ahpa!le 

4 Minzo^rnag^r 

5 Narsiirhareddipalle 

6 Seepalle 

7 Kundoorpalle 

8 PellonipaHs 

9 Larnbaditarda 
10 Dasunaiktarda 



49 



116 



1 


MrrancbapaIIe 


47 


114 


114 


2 


Mukundareddipalie 








1 


Dwarkapet 


19 


28 


28 


1 


Beddamanipalle 


41 


34 


34 




m m 


46 


111 


111 


I 


Arepalle 


43 


42 


42 


1 


Gunturpalle 


27 


46 


46 


2 


Sagarlapalle 








3 


Raipalle 










.. 


42 


39 


39 






58 


124 


124 






60 


126 


125 


1 


Cbintfaakuatarama iabpallc 


30 


16 


16 


1 


Gollapallc 


6 


8 


S 






11 


9 


9 


i 


Bezawadapailc 


56 


322 


122 




, m 


63 


130 


130 


! 


Yerrsiahpallc 


22 


21 


21 




* 


38 


36 


36 


1 


Ganeshpaiie 


39 


35 


35 




p , 


26 


112 


112 


1 


Janobulolapallc 


40 


33 


33 






13 


5 


5 


1 


Arcpalle 


35 


31 


31 






33 


t* 


19 


1 


FeddaisptHe 


21 


22 


22 




.. 


53 


12& 


120 


1 


Subbikktpalte 


31 


17 


17 


1 


Afircddiptlle ( 


34 





30 


2 


fUcunutnthvfiipallc 










1** *1" t rna11 


29 


45 


45 




Patmnc0*t *^ 










Boftm *i*itW|)* 


7 


to 


HI 





PMann< 


IS 


74 


34 



188 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlet! 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


8 Location Code No. 


1981 

(4) 


1971 
(5) 


\ xv^uiax &.s 

1961 
(6) (7) 


CHITIYAL TALUK (Concld.) 


60 Vellampalle (Bejigir) 


1 Bandapalle 


17 


29 


29 


PattiBejgir Sharif 










61 Vencharami 


1 Outappatanda 


5 


7 


7 


62 Venkatraopalle 


1 Jaronipalle 


1 


1 


1 




2 Akulapalle 








63 Vodthala 


1 Kothapeta 


10 


13 


13 




2 Laxmipur 










3 Banjara 










4 Purigadda 








64 Yemped 


-- 


16 


27 . 


27 




PARKAL 


TALUK 






1 Ankushapur (Siwar Pidsilla) 




1 


43 


43 


2 Bhagirthipet 


1 Narayanpur 


7 


107 


107 




2 Gollapalle 










3 Arepalle 










4 Dumpillapalle 








3 Chennapur 


1 Ramagundla 


30 


68 


68 


4 Cherlapalle 




23 


59 


59 


5 Choutparthi 


1 Gollapalle 


41 


61 


, 61 


6 Dammannapet 


1 Roopreddipalle 


29 


67 


67 


7 Dharmaram 


* 


44 


83 


83 


8 Ghatlakaniparthi 


1 Narsimlapalle 


47 


86 


86 




2 Surampet 








9 Gudipahad 


1 Bongulapalle 


16 


40 


40 


10 Gundlakurthi 


fm 


18 


56 


56 


11 HanzBuzurg 





64 


97 


97 


12 Hussainpalle 


.. 


59 


92 


92 


13 Issipet 


1 Chinthalapalle 


15 


41 


41 




2 Panthapalle 










3 Dcvegpalle 










4 Vaguvaddupalle 








14 Jaggaiahpet 


, 1 Sultanabad 


31 


69 


69 


15 Jamshedbegpatle 




34 


71 


71 


16 Kamareddipalle 


. . 


50 


74 


74 


17 Kanaparthi 


1 Rayapalle 


12 


66 


66. 




2 Nagulapalle 








IS Kantatmakur 
19 Katakshapur 


1 Ramakistapur 


43 
63 


82 
101 


82 
101 


20 Katrepalle 


1 Noorjahanpalle 


53 


102 


102 




2 Sodanapalle 










3 Gollapalle 










4 Poshampalle 










5 Rajupalle 









189 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 
if any (1981 Census) ^ - 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 

(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



PARKAL TALUK (Contd,) 



21 Kodepak (Kalan) 

22 Kodepak (Khurd) 

23 Kodvatancha 

24 Konaraopet 

25 Koppul 

26 Kothapalle (Gori) 

27 Kowkonda 

28 Lakshmipuram 

29 Lingal 

30 Madharam 

31 Malkapet 

32 Medaramatla 

33 Metpalle 

34 Motlapalle 

35 Muddunoor 



36 Mushtyalapalle 

37 Mylaram 

3S Nadikuda 

39 Nagaram 

40 Narlapur 

41 Neerukulla 

42 Neradupallc (Patti Katafcshapur) 

43 Paidipalle 

44 Parkal 

45 PkfciUa 

46 Pocharam 

47 Polaram 

48 PulgiHa 

49 Pyathipat 

50 Raiparthi 
51 



1 Jogampalle 

2 Govindapur 

1 Damaranchapalle 

2 Rajakkapalle 

3 lejaiahpalle 

4 Balaiahpalle 

1 Gudepalle 

2 Jogaiahpalle 
1 Kothapalle 

1 Gangireddigudem 

1 Nirampet 

2 Satyanarayanapuram 



1 PochampaHe 



1 Guddelugulapalle 

2 Swamiraopet 

3 Mysampalle 

4 Bejjampalle 



1 Gollapalle 

1 Venkateshwarlapalle 

1 Appaiahpalle 



1 Yellareddipallc 

2 Arepalie 
I Aliabad 



1 Nsr&aikapaUe 
I Jublinagar 



49 
35 



42 
55 
40 
13 

22 
66 

62 
28 
36 

17 

48 
65 
25 
61 

26 
3$ 

S 
3 



75 
73 

110 



60 
93 

81 
65 

58 
99 

96 

78 
77 



98 
62 

63 

TO 

106 

SI 



75 
73 

110 



33 


104 


104 


51 


72 


72 


52 


103 


303 


45 


84 


84 


4 


52 


52 


11 


109 


109 


37 


79 


79 


27 


64 


64 


2 


50 


50 


20 


57 


57 


19 


37 


37 


67 


100 


100 



60 

93 

81 
65 
5S 
99 

96 
7S 
77 

33 
87 

n 

62 
fl 
63 
76 

its 

$1 



Uninhabited 



190 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 

No. 


Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 


Loc: 


ation Cod( 


5 NO. 


. 
Remarks 










1981 


1971 


1961 




(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 



54 Regonda 



55 Repaka 

56 Sarwapur 

57 Shayampet 

58 Singaram (Katachpur) 

59 Singaram (Kothaghat) 

60 Sultanapur 

61 Taharupur 

62 Thirmalgiri 

63 Varikole 

64 Vasanthapur 

65 Vellampalle (Patti Chandragir) 

66 Vemulapalle 

67 Venkatapur 



PARKAL TALUK (Concld.) 

1 Rangaiahpalle 10 

2 Peddampalle 

3 Gadepalle 

4 Raolapalle 

1 Venkatraopalle 



1 Arepalle 



1 Venkateshwarlapalle 


1 Ravulapalle 

2 Waddepalle 

1 Kothapalle 



1 Narsingapur 

2 Kasulapadu 

1 Hybothpalle 



5 
46 
58 
60 

57 

32 
56 
9 

24 
54 
39 

21 
14 



108 



48 
85 

90 
95 
89 

70 
88 

105 

54 
94 
80 

55 
53 



108 



48 
85 
90 
95 
89 

70 
88 

105 

54 
94 
80 

55 
53 



1 Abbapuram 



MULUG TALUK 

1 Sriramulupalle 

2 Banelapalle 

3 Kotbapalle 

4 Ramachandrunipalle 



Adavi Rangapuram (Narayanapuram) 1 Lambadipalle 

2 Ramaraopalle 

3 Mallaiahpalle 



3 Atinampalle 

4 Bandalapahad 

5 Bandarupalle 

6 Bollepalle 

7 Budharam 

8 Burrafcayalagudem 

9 Bussapuram 

10 Chalvai 



1 Jeevantharaopalle 
2- Ganeshapalle 
3 Pratapnagar 



1 Timmapur B Block 



1 Dubbagudem 

2 Pochampalle 

3 Venkat eswar apall e 

4 Somalagadda 

5 Bridgepalle 

6 Fruit Farm 



20 



44 

5 

22 



40 

18 
15 
52 
41 



21 



27 
5 

23 



50 

14 
11 
40 
41 



19 



26 
44 
21 



Uninhabited 



40 Merged in Lakhnavaraia 
Village L. C, No, 39 

n 

14 
33 
41 



191 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 
if any (181 Cen^u") ~ ' r Remarks 


1981 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) (?) 




MULUG TALUK (Contd.) 


11 Chelpur 


1 Papaiahpalle 1 1 1 




2 Kundurpalle 




3 Venkateswarapalle 




4 Veeraiahpalle 




5 Kundaiahpalle 




6 Panduladibba 


12 Dharmaraopet 


1 Parasurampalle 222 




2 Yellareddipalle 




3 Baswarajpalle 




4 Nerapalle 




5 Nagarampalle 




6 Jangupalle 




7 Tekulapalle 




8 Venkateswarapalle 




9 Madhavaraopalle 




10 Gollapalle 




11 Rajupet ;g> Konda Rajpet 




12 Pocharapalle 


13 Dumpallagudem 


53 39 38 Merged in Lakhnavaram 
village L. C. No. 39 


14 Ghanapuram 


1 Kothapalle 14 10 13 


15 Govindaraopeta 


37 49 48 
I* II and III wards merged in Lakhnavaram. IV, V* 




VI and VII wards merged in Rangapuram 


16 Gowraram 


26 43 42 Merged in Chalvai 




village L. C. No. 41 


17 Incherla 


1 Malakpet 23 25 22 




2 Jangalpalle 




3 Banjarpalle 




4 Ramnagar 




5 Somalpalle 




6 Incherla Cross Road 



IS Jaggannapeta 



19 Jakaram 

20 Kannaiguda 

21 Kannaigudem 

22 Karkapalle 

n Karlapalle 

24 Kasimdevipeta 



1 Puligandam 

2 Arepalle 

3 Chinagunturpalle 

4 Chinna Annampallc 

5 Sarangapalle 



1 Laxma redd ipa lie 

1 Laxmipur 

2 



47 



1 Ramaiabpalle 

2 Mangaipalle 

3 Lambaditaoda 



33 
42 
13 

54 
43 

28 



22 
75 
32 
12 

37 
26 

47 



20 
64 

32 
15 
50 

25 



Merged in Ran 
viUagcL. C.No. 27 



192 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI, Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Loc 
if any (1981 Census) , 
1981 
(3) (4) 


:ation Code No. 

mm, _Aj 


Remarks 
(7) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 

(6) 



26 Kondapuram 

27 Kothur 

28 Lakhnavaram 



29 Laxmidevipeta 



30 Machapurarn 

31 Madanpalle 

32 Mailaram 

33 Medarmula 

34 Mettupahad 

35 Metlagudem 

36 Ma lug 



37 Muthapuram 
3$ Nallagunta 



39, Narsapuram 



MULUG TALUK (Contd.) 



1 Seetharampur 

2 Appaiahpalle 

3 Rangaraopalle 

4 Benjelapalle 

1 Ponchothulepalle 

2 Rayanigudem 

3 Epalagadda 

1 Hanmanthulapalle 

2 Thathaiahpalle 

3 Lalbahadurnagar 

4 Kotegadda 

5 Sandrugudem 

6 Gumpalligudem Colony 

7 Bolepalle 

8 Kakarlamadetha 

1 Narsingapur 

2 Pusavarlapalle 

3 Burgupet 

4 Ramakistapur 

5 Laxmipur 

6 Lambaditanda 

7 Chakravarthypalle 



1 Ayodyanagar 
(Gandhinagar) 



1 Mettupahad 

1 Palsahabpalle 

2 Madhavaraopalle 

3 Anandanagar 
4, Rangaraopalle 

1 Gamponipalle 

2 Hemanaikpalle 

3 Narayangiri 

1 Singarakuntapalle 

2 Papaiahpalle 

3 Keshavapur 

4 Bhushanpalle 

5 Shantrajpalle 

6 Tbimnepur A Block 

7 iBChancherupalle 

8 Raj es wararaopal I e 



12 



49 



39 



32 
9 



19 



31 



38 



74 
17 



20 



11 



31 



39 



25 


42 


24 


46 


28 


28 


17 


13 


16 


38 


51 


49 


30 


56 


68 


31 


55 


67 


45 


24 


27 



49 Merged in Rampuram 
village 

Merged in Metlagudem 
village L. C. No. 31 



66 
8 



18 



193 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 

if inv H981 fYn-n-^ ' 


- > Remarks 
(7) 


1981 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) 




MULUG TALUK (Concld.) 




40 Palampeta 


10 19 9 




41 Pasra 


34 53 61 


Merged in Pasranagaram 






village L. C. No. 29 


42 Pasranagaram 


29 54 63 




43 Pathipalle 


1 Devagiripatnam 48 30 30 






2 Chinthalapalle 






3 Gunturpalle 






4 Kodiselakuntapalle 






5 Buggapalle 




44 Peddapur 


1 Gopaiahpalle 333 






2 Shatrajpalle 






alias Satharippalapalle 






3 Gurrampet 






4 Bhavsinghpalle 






5 Subbakkapalle 






6 Mallaiahpalle 






7 Lambaditanda 






(Ramnaiktanda) 






8 Mahatmanagar 






9 Rahmannagar 






10 Kothapalle 






11 Laxmipur 






12 Perkapalle 




45 Pegadapalle 


1 Dabbagudem 50 33 34 




46 Raghavapatnam 


36 48 47 


Merged in Raagapuram 
village L. C.N. 27 


47 Ramanathapalle 


8 16 7 




48 Raman ujapur am 


I Narayanagiripalle 11 15 10 






2 Gunturpalle 






3 Elthurlapalle 




49 Rampuram 


1 Gandhinagar 35 52 60 





50 Rangaparam Patti Chalvai 

51 Sarvapuram 

52 Tfcupuram 

53 Timojapuram 

M Venkatapuram 



2 Moddulagudem 

3 Papaiahpalle 

4 VI and VII wards of 
Pasranagaram 

1 Epalagadda 

2 Raghavapatnam 

1 Lalaguda 

2 Jagganaeguda 

1 Laxminarayanapur 

2 Andugulapalle 
(Tribal Society) 

1 Yellareddipalle 

2 Jawaharnagar 



27 
51 

13 
6 

24 



46 
34 

9 
6 



46 

35 

12 
5 

23 



194 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

0) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No . 

if *ITTL* M01 fptT'n'M i - ' 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 ~" 
(6) 




ETURNAGARAM TALUK* 








1 Adharvai 


55 


58 


74 


Uninhabited 


2 Akinepalle Mallaram 


106 


218 


218 




3 Akulavari Ghanpur 


40 


184 


179 




4 Algupalle 


76 


187 


185 


Uninhabited 


5 Allamvari Bbanpur 


'-. .. 33 


176 


173 




6 Alligudam 


151 


89 


100 




7 Andukpalle 


5 


148 


150 


Uninhabited 


8 Ankampalle 


119 


122 


111 




9 Ankannagudem 


164 


35 


36 




JO Annaram 


132 


110 


126 




11 Banajibandam 


30 


173 


140 




12 Bandal 


157 


80 


92 




13 Bandarugudem 


108 


216 


216 




14 Banjar Yellapur 


143 


95 


130 


Uninhabited 


15 Barlaguda 


99 


211 


208 


Uninhabited 


16 Beerelli 


114 


118 


109 




17 Bhittupalle 


162 


81 


53 




18 Bhupatipuram 


2 


145 


146 




19 Bhupatipuram 


131 


131 


124 




20 Bodigudem 


69 


98 


131 


Uninhabited 


21 Bollepalle Patti Lingal 


150 


85 


97 




22 Brahmanapalle 


107 


217 


215 




23 Buduguvanipahad 


56 


67 


82 


Uninhabited 


24 Butaram 


37 


180 


176 




25 Buttaigudem 


1 Kothursivar 16 


163 


164 




26 Chalbak 


1 Heerapur 29 


172 


141 




27 Cheerupalle (Kothapet) 


1 Narsaigudem 92 


200 


201 






2 Ballannagudem 










3 Jabborigudem 










4 Narenderraopet 










5 Butchaypeta 










6 Kothapeta 








28 Chennapuram 


142 


96 


183 


Uninhabited 


29 Chinaboinapalle 


75 


135 


187 




30 Chinna Venkataporam 


85 


133 


91 


Uninhabited 


31 Chintagudem Patti Ekkala Duwor 


74 


186 


184 


Uninhabited 


32 Chintagudem Patti Gurrevula 


21 


164 


165 




33 Chintalkatapur 


155 


84 


94 


Uninhabited 


34 Cbirragudam 


87 


193 


186 


Uninhabited 


35 Cfeittial 


19 


159 


157 




36 Cbouled 


146 


92 


115 




3? Cbimcfaupalle 


96 


205 


204 




38 Daramakkapalle 


65 


45 


45 


Uninhabited 


39 Damervai 


127 


128 


122 




40 Devdumla 


6 


149 


151 




41 Dodla 


43 


138 


135 





Formed from Mulug Taluk. Vide G..O.MS. No. 1415 Revenue (U) Dated 29th November, 1979. 



195 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
jsjo. (1981 Census) 

(1) ( 2 ) 


Name of the hamlet; 
if any (1981 Census] 

(3) 


j Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 




ETURNAGARAM 


TALUK (Contd.) 








42 Domeda 


1 Nimmagudem 


110 


213 


210 






2 Takklagudem 












3 Thimmapur 












4 Chinthagunta 










43 Durgaram 


. . 


51 


61 


78 


Uninhabited 


44 Ekkala 


m f 


41 


181 


ISO 




45 Elbak 


^ m 


62 


70 


71 




46 Ellapuram 


.. 


81 


195 


194 


Uninhabited 


47 Eturnagaram 


, f 


39 


183 


178 




48 Ettur 


ff 


23 


166 


167 




49 Gangaram Patti Annaram 


* 


133 


106 


127 




50 Gangaram Patti Gurrevula 


. . 


3 


146 


148 




51 Gangugudem 


4 , 


11 


155 


156 




52 Gogupalle 


1 Reddipalle 


82 


192 


190 




53 Gollagudam 


.. 


103 


208 


214 


Uninhabited 


54 Gondangavai 


. , 


32 


175 


138 


Uninhabited 


55 Gonepalle 


, 9 


66 


72 


70 




56 Gopaigudam 


.. 


138 


109 


118 


Uninhabited 


57 Gowraram Patti Annaram 


.. 


123 


111 


55 


Uninhabited 


58 Gurrevula 




14 


154 


160 




59 lylapur 





48 


143 


144 




60 Immadigudem 


m t 


136 


103 


65 


Uninhabited 


63 Jampangavai 


* 


57 


65 


80 


, 


62 Kalvapalle 


m f 


50 


59 


75 




63 Kamaram Patti Tadvai 


1 Narsingapuram 


71 


100 


133 




64 Kamaram Patti Annaram 


. B 


117 


120 


108 




65 Kamalapuram 


1 Boggubatti 


88 


196 


195 




66 Kamsettigudam 


., 


112 


117 


106 


Uninhabited 


67 Kanaygudem Patti Gurrevula 


^ 


13 


156 


159 




68 Kanneboinapalle 





54 


66 


81 




69 Kanthanpalle 


* * 


24 


167 


168 




70 Katapuram 


1 Jagg a ram 


128 


127 


125 




71 Kattigudam 


1 Parakalagunta 


105 


215 


217 




72 Katnarasapuram 


.. 


125 


125 


119 




73 Keshavapur 


- . - 


J22 


112 


114 


Uninhabited 


74 Kishtapuram 


m t 


140 


102 


129 


Uninhabited 


75 Komatpalle 


1 Moilogudem 


9! 


199 


300 






2 Kappa lagudetn 












3 Machepalle 










* 


4 Kothur 










76 Kondai 




45 


140 


137 




77 Kondaiguda 


* 


153 


$7 


96 


Uninhabited 


7$ Kondalanagaram 


* 


144 


94 


90 


Uninhabited 


79 Koodaparthy 


. 


68 


97 


$9 




90 Kondred 


, 


46 


141 


143 


Uninhabited 


SI Koratpalle 


.. 


47 


142 


134 


Uninhabited 


82 Kothagudem Patti Ekkalaguvam 


ft 


42 


137 


85 


Uninhabited 


83 K^hagtidem Patti Lingal 


* * 


140 


77 


51 


Uninhabited 



196 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the vi 1 lage 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) /- 

(3) 


. Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 

(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 




ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


(Contd.) 








84 Kothur Patti Gurrevula 


- 


9 


152 


154 


Uninhabited 


85 Kothur Parti Pangdi 


. 


49 


60 


76 


Uninhabited 


86 Kowsettivai 


.. 


120 


113 


112 




87 Koyagudem 


1 Ramnagar 


80 


194 


193 






2 Lambadithanda 










88 Ladakgudam 


.. 


109 


214 


209 


Uninhabited 


89 Lavval 




158 


79 


116 




90 Laxmipuram Patti Gurrevula 


f 


7 


150 


153 




91 Laxmipuram Patti Annaram 


9 ^ 


134 


105 


56 


Uninhabited 


92 Lingal 


9 t 


154 


86 


95 




93 Lingapuram 


f r 


86 


132 


199 


Uninhabited 


94 Madharam 


9m 


161 


62 


87 


Uninhabited 


95 Malkapalle 


.. 


17 


161 


162 


Uninhabited 


96 Mallur 


1 Moragudem 


95 


204 


203 






2 Mamidigudem 












3 Kothabasthi 












4 Komatigudem 










97 Malyal 


.. 


44 


139 


136 




98 Manaspalle 





38 


182 


177 




99 Mangapet (Podmur) 


1 Bestapodamur 


89 


197 


196 






2 Gampalavarigudem 










100 Maredigudem 





70 


99 


88 


Uninhabited 


101 Maredipaka 





28 


171 


142 


Uninhabited 


102 Marepalle 


B w 


1 


144 


145 


Uninhabited 


103 Medaram Patti Eturnagaram 


. . 


77 


188 


86 


Uninhabited 


104 Medaram Patti Chalvai 


* * 


58 


76 


59 




105 Medaram (Sammakajatra) 


1 Reddigudem 


52 


64 


77 


Uninhabited 


106 Motlagudem Patti Lingal 


.. 


148 


90 


99 


Uninhabited 


107 Mullykatta 


,. 


26 


169 


170 




108 Muppanpalle 


1 Burghugudem 


15 


162 


161 




109 Narasapuram Patti Annaram 


.. 


124 


126 


120 




110 Narasimhasagaram 


1 Gandhinagar 


97 


203 


206 


> 


111 Narlapuram 


*. 


61 


57 


72 




112 Narsapur (Mangapet) 


1 Maharajp.et 


93 


201 


197 




113 Narsapuram Patti Lingal 




152 


88 


98 




114 Nimmagudam 





115 


119 


107 


Uninhabited 


115 Nimmakayalanagaram 





67 


71 


84 


Uninhabited 


116 Oorettam 




53 


63 


79 




1 1 7 Padigapuram Pat t i Gurr evula 


* 


18 


158 


158 


Uninhabited 


118 Padigapuram Patti Pangdi 




59 


69 


83 




119 Padigapuram Patti Annaram 


.. 


139 


108 


57 


Uninhabited 


120 Parabapuram 


* * 


126 


123 


121 




121 Papkapur 


_ 


79 


190 


191 




122 Farad 





12 


157 


147 


Uninhabited 


123 Peda Venkatapurarn 


m t 


84 


134 


188 





197 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) r 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 

(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 




ETURNAGARAM TALUK 


(Contd.) 








124 Pochapur 


.. 


149 


83 


93 




125 Poreddipalle 


f f 


98 


212 


207 




126 Raigudem 


.. 


35 


178 


174 


Uninhabited 


127 Rajannapet 


.. 


8 


151 


152 




128 Rajupet 


1 Kothur 


104 


209 


212 






2 Kannaigudem 












3 Ravigudem 












4 Devanagar 












5 Ramanakkapet 










129 Ramachandrunipet 


1 Sangampalle 


100 


210 


211 






2 Cheepurudibha 












3 Maridigudem 












4 Vaguvaddugudem 










130 Ramanakkapet 


mm 


102 


207 


213 


Uninhabited 


131 Ramannagudam Patti Eturnagaram 


f 


78 


189 


192 




132 Ramannagudem Patti Annaram 


.. 


137 


107 


128 


Uninhabited 


133 Rampur (Agraharam) 





25 


16S 


169 




134 Rampur Patti Annaram 




121 


124 


113 


Uninhabited 


135 Rampur Patti Gurrevula 




10 


153 


155 


Uninhabited 


136 Ranbandala 




163 


36 


37 


Uninhabited 


137 Rangapuram Patti Annaram 


. 


111 


116 


105 




138 Refaeer 


.. 


34 


177 


172 




139 Sarvai 




20 


160 


163 




140 Sattaram 




135 


104 


102 




141 Shahpalle 





72 


136 


182 




142 Shankarajpalle 


.. 


27 


no 


171 




143 Singaram Patti Gurrevula 


.. 


22 


165 


166 




144 Singaram Patti Annaram 




130 


130 


123 




145 Sivapuram 




83 


191 


189 




146 Somaigudam 


a 


145 


93 


117 


Uninhabited 


147 Tadvai 


1 Indranagar 


141 


10! 


132 




148 Takkalagudem 




60 


68 


73 


Uninhabited 


149 Theegalvai 


fm 


73 


185 


1SI 


Uninhabited 


150 Tbimampet 


1 Abbaigudera 


94 


202 


202 




151 'Timmanitogu 


* 


147 


91 


10! 


UQiafaj&itcd 


152 Tondial Laxmipur 


. 


90 


1% 


m 




153 Tnpakulagudem 


* 


4 


147 


149 




154 Uppukunta 


* 


129 


129 


ss 


Uniahabiicd 


155 Vaddagudem Patti Lingal 


,. 


156 - 


82 


52 


Uaiohabited 


156 Veerapuram 


* 


113 


115 


104 




157 Venglapuram 





63 


73 


m 




158 Vcakannagodam 


.. 


118 


121 


no 


UciababUfxI 


139 Venkatapuram Patti Chalvai 


.. 


44 


44 


43 


Uniahabifcxl 



198 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1081 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

0) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


'"' \ 

1961 
(6) 



160 Wadagudam Patti Rajupet 

161 Wadagudam Patti Bandal 

162 Woddugudem Patti Gurrevula 

163 Yellapuram (Ashannaguda) 

164 Yelsettipalle 



1 Adivarampet 

2 Ainepalle 

3 Ankannaguda 

4 Arapanpalle 

5 Asurvelli 

6 Ayodhyapur 



7 Bakkacnintalapad 

8 Bathulapalle 

9 Bavurgonda 

10 Bhupalapatnam 

11 Bhupathipet 

12 Bollepalle 



13 Bothawaniguda 

14 Budhraopet 

15 Chinna Yellapur 

16 Chintaguda 

17 Dabirpet 

18 Dam era van cba 

19 Devavaraxn 

20 Dharmaraopet 

21 Doravari Vempalie 

22 Dubbaguda 

23 Durgaram 

24 Eochaguda 

25 Eswaraguda 

26 Gajolagattu 



ETURNAGARAM TALUK (Concld.) 

1 Paligudem 101 

2 Ramanakkapet 



206 



GUDUR TALUK* 



1 Mothelagudem 



1 Rampur 

2 Vavilalabandam 



1 Lambaditanda 

2 Kothapalle 

1 Khalyenaiktanda 

2 Mansinghtanda 

3 Vadiyaganitanda 

1 Ramalingaiahpalle 

2 Badaganitanda 



1 Namiligonda 

2 Cbakrutanda 



1 Amrutanda 

2 Balutanda 



1 Kothagumpu 



1 Puleroeedipalle 

2 Harischandrumtanda 



106 

49 
84 

82 
67 
12 

114 

42 
90 

48 
21 

51 

35 
76 

103 



175 

114 
131 

125 

105 

36 

178 

93 
136 

113 
100 

95 

73 

119 

169 



205 



159 


78 


54 


36 


179 


175 


116 


114 


103 


31 


174 


139 


93 


126 


126 


85 


132 


132 


16 


70 


70 


111 


171 


171 


9 


39 


39 


104 


176 


176 


78 


120 


120 


75 


186 


186 


70 


110 


110 


72 


194 


194 


92 


128 


128 



175 

114 

131 

125 

105 

36 

178 

93 
136 

113 
100 

95 

73 
119 

169 



Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 



* Formed from Narasaaipet taluk, vide O.O.MS. No. 1415 Rev (u) dated 29th November, 1979, 



199 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


1981 
(4) 


2971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 






GUDUR TALUK 


(Contd.) 






27 Gangaram 




.. 


71 


195 


195 


28 Gopalpur 







117 


123 


123 


29 Govindapur 


1 


Shamshabad 


3 


32 


32 




2 


Muduchakkalapalle 










3 


Lambaditanda 








30 Govindapuram 




t m 


54 


81 


81 


31 Gudur 


1 


Marriinitta 


105 


177 


177 




2 


Bamandlapatle 










3 


Kothakuntatanda 










4 


Thurupuiaxmipur 










5 


Padamaralaxmipur 










6 


Chandrugudem 










7 


Epurupalle 










8 


Calcuttatanda 










9 


Ruplanaiktanda 








32 Gundam 




. , 


32 


65 


65 


33 Gundenaga 


1 


Valyatanda 


101 


168 


168 



34 Gundiapahad 



35 Gundrepalle 

36 Gunjed 

37 Intifcanne 



38 Ippala Pegadapur 

39 Irkulakunta 

40 Itikalpalle 



41 J&lbanda 

42 JacfraJpalle 

43 Jangalpalle 

44 Jangamwariguda 

45 KaEoaram 



2 Toklatanda 

3 Bodiyatanda 

4 Kokyatanda 

5 Ramchandrunitanda 

6 Jahuganitanda 

7 Ganyatanda 

8 Dhanjyatanda 

1 Gandhinagar 

2 Chinnatanda 

3 Peddatanda 

4 Gollapalle 



1 Yenkatagiri 

2 Chandrutanda 

3 Lekyatanda 

4 Mutyalammatanda 



1 Narsingaptir 

2 Lambaditaoda 

3 Yeogulatanda 



52 

81 

109 



23 

124 

II 



30 
46 
62 

24 
22 



34 



94 
124 
160 



92 

190 

35 



104 
116 



34 



94 
124 
160 



190 
35 



42 
104 
116 

90 
101 



Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 
Uninhabited 



200 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

0) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 

ifanvMOSI fVmn^ _ i r ' 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



46 Kannaraopet 

47 Karlai 

48 Karnegandi 

49 Katrenam 

50 Katrepalle 

51 Keshwapatnam 

52 Khanapur 

53 Kistapur 

54 Kodisalmitta 

55 Komatlaguda 

56 Konapur 

57 Kondapur 

58 Kongaragidda 

59 Koihagudem 

60 Kothapalle 

61 Kothoor 

62 Kundanpalle 

63 Macherla 



64 Madigudem 

65 Madnapur 



66 Mabadevuniguda 

67 Mamidigudem 

68 Manchanpalle 

69 Mangaiwarpet 



70 Marriguda 

71 Matveeraraxn 

72 Matwada 

73 Medapalle 

74 MokkaHapalie 

75 Murraiguda 

76 Mnsroi 



GUDUR TALUK (Contd.) 

1 Padmapur 2 

2 Buchireddipaile 



1 Manbothulagadda 

2 Peddammagadda 



1 Samudralagarakagumpu 


* 

1 Sarsanpalle 

1 Mucherla Colony 
(Dubbagudem 
Koya Colony) 



1 Baduganitanda 

2 Ramganitanda 

3 Beerbaltanda 

4 Suryatanda 



1 Nazitanda 

2 Lambaditanda 

3 Epachettuthanda 

4 Ramla Thanda 

I (Kurthimatuthanda) 



1 Panthulatanda 

2 Hanumanthunitanda 
1 GoIIapalle 



1 Ramannagudem 

2 Burgarapur 

3 Cheruvupakkagjimpu 



45 
20 

53 

83 



44 
98 

120 

10 

57 
34 
50 



31 



103 
99 
79 

130 



102 
140 

181 

37 

74 

66 

115 



31 



123 


189 


189 


43 


96 


96 


66 


108 


. 108 


110 


170 


170 


95 


137 


137 


31 


63 


63 


79 


121 


121 


126 


193 


193 


69 


109 


109 


15 


69 


69 


13 


40 


40 


121 


182 


182 


59 


77 


77 


60 


76 


76 


89 


135 


135 


25 


86 


86 


115 


179 


179 


73 


188 


188 


102 


167 


167 



103 
99 
79 

130 



J02 
140 

181 



37 

74 

66 

115 



Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 



Uninhabited 



201 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
Ko. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any < 1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 




GUDUR TALUK 


(Contd.) 








77 Mylaram 


1 Lamb ad i Than da 


58 


75 


75 




78 Nagarajpalle 





4 


33 


33 




79 Nagarara 


1 Meeranshapur 


108 


162 


162 






2 Nakkalaguntatanda 










80 Naikpalle 


.. 


112 


173 


173 




81 Narsuguda 


, f 


68 


107 


107 




82 NeeJampalle 


^ m 


37 


84 


84 




83 Neelvancha 


* 


122 


183 


183 




84 Oorabaka 


. . 


65 


111 


111 


Uninhabited 


85 Ootai 


1 Penyatanda 


26 


72 


72 




86 Pakhal (Ashoknagar) 


1 Gangadevitanda 


29 


41 


41 




87 Pandem 


. . 


127 


192 


192 




88 Papaipet 


1 Bocheru 


97 


139 


139 






2 Tanda 












3 Pullaihpur Thanda 










89 Pedda Yellapuram 




47 


106 


106 




90 Pegadapalle 


.. 


55 


80 


80 




91 Pocharam 


9 


33 


64 


64 




92 Pogallapalle 




56 


82 


82 




93 Polaram 





77 


118 


118 




94 Pongode v 


1 Samba iahpalle 


96 


138 


138 






2 Koyaguda 












3 Ramlathanda 










95 Poongonda 


9 f 


18 


97 


97 




96 Pothapur 


,. 


14 


6$ 


68 




97 Putlabhupathi 


. 


64 


112 


112 




98 Rajanpalle 


1 Kathulatanda 


107 


174 


174 






2 Dhanjyetanda 












3 Khalyatanda 












4 Bancharaitacda 










99 Rarnaram 





19 


98 


98 




100 Ramateertham 


1 Arvayaipalle 


i 


29- 


' 29 






2 Billaganithanda 










101 Rampur 


m w 


$ 


38 


38 




102 Rampur 


. t 


17 


91 


9! 


Uninhabited 


103 Ragampet 


.. 


86 


133 


133 




104 Rangappaguda 


., 


41 


89 


89 




*GS Rangapur 


* * 


S3 


134 


m 




J06 Routuguda 


m . 


61 


n 


78 




1W Rudraguda 


* 


6 


21 


21 




10i Rudravaram 


* 


33 


85 


85 


Uninhabited 


*^ Sadireddipalle 


** 


27 


71 


71 





202 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No* (1981 Census) 

CD (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) /- 

(3) 


Location Code No. 
t 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 


GUDUR TALUK (Con eld.) 


110 Shangaram 


1 Mamindlaveeraiahpalle 


5 


28 


28 




111 Sitanagar 


] Toriyanaiktanda 


94 


327 


127 






2 Modinaiktanda 












3 Kommulavancha 












(Peddatanda) 










112 Tatwari Vempalle 


1 Masanpalle 


116 


185 


185 




113 Teegalveni 


1 Gundaltanda 


113 


172 


172 






2 Laxmipur 












3 Cheruvumundatitanda 










1 14 Titnmapur 


.. 


28 


67 


67 




115 Timmapur 





125 


191 


191 




116 Timmarainpad 


. . 


99 


141 


141 




117 Tirmalgandi 


^ m 


74 


187 


187 




US Tungabandam 


* 


87 


62 


62 




119 Upparaguda 


f ^ 


80 


122 


122 


Uninhabited 


120 Utla 


^ 


119 


180 


180 




121 Vajyavaniguda 


w t 


36 


83 


83 


Uninhabited 


122 Vangapet 


m m 


91 


129 


129 




123 Veerampet 


. 


118 


184 


184 




124 Velballe 


. , 


63 


117 


117 




125 Yedulapalle 


* 


39 


88 


88 




126 Yellaiguda 


1 Lambadithanda 


100 


166 


166 





2 Yellaiguda Colony 



127 Yerravarau* 



40 



87 



87 



NARASAMPET TALUK 



1 Adtvi Rangapur 

2 Akkalched 

3 Aiam&hanipefe 

4 Ameenabad 



1 Indrapurara 

2 Rajyatanda 

3 Golluritanda 

I Lambaditanda 

1 Redyatanda 

1 Ameenpet 

2 Kbadarpet 

3 Ameenatanda 

4 Mamillapalle 

5 Shankaramtanda 

6 Bapunagar 

7 Kandikalagadda 

8 Thopangadda 

9 TekuJakuntatanda 

10 Regulabodi Thanda 

11 Ramannakunta Thanda 

12 Burugugunta Thanda 



40 

44 
62 
48 



55 

60 
159 

144 



55 

60 
159 

144 



203 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 

No 

(1) 


. Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 

(2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No, 
if anv H9S1 fVn^nM - t>-*n*.vr 


1981 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 






NARASAMPET TALUK (Contd.) 


4 


Ameenabad (Concld.) 


13 Gollabamagaddatanda 






14 Koramgunta Thanda 






15 Suryapet Thanda 






16 Christunagar 


5 


Appalaraopet 


1 Madipalle 59 152 152 






2 Kotha Thanda 






3 Kasinathtanda 






4 Mannepuwada 







5 Mundhati Thanda 






6 Chintaguntitanda 


6 


Arshanpalle 


1 Bollonipalle 19 30 30 


7 


Banajipet 


1 Chandraipalle 23 19 19 






2 Bojjinaiktanda 






3 Chandunaiktanda 






4 Rajeshwarraopalle 






5 Chandra Naik Thanda 






6 Buchinaik Thanda 


8 


Bollikonda 


66 156 156 


9 


Brahmanpalle 


III 


10 


Burgamadla 


1 Edulagaddatanda 68 155 155 



11 Chandrugonda 



12 Chennaraopet 



13 Chalparthi 

14 Qunaa Korpola 



IS Deekshakunta 



2 Banjartanda 

1 Banjarpalle 

2 Yerrarajaiafctanda 
S Devatanda 

4 Ramnaiktanda 

5 Mangaltanda 

6 Mudetanda 

7 Gatetanda 

8 Dharmatanda 

9 Dapputanda 

1 Kottayyapalle 



52 



147 147 



46 142 



142 



2 Narayanaiaoda 
3 Jojipct 
4 Erriganitauda 




5 BhagawatupaUe 




1 Jcedifcal 


36 12 12 


1 Kasmetadda 


60 163 163 


2 Somlatanda 




3 Bhokyathanda 




4 Pathatan&L 





1 Seetarampet 

2 Dcvunitanda 

3 Bediatand2 

4 Raibedavatatxla 



145 



145 



204 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

0) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No . 
if any (1981 Census) ___ ,.-* 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 

(3) (4) 


1971 - 

(5) 


1961 
(6) 



16 Duggondi 



17 Gotlakonda 



18 Gundrepalle 

19 Gurjal 



20 Kamaram 

21 Kammepalle 



22 Keswapur 

23 Khalli 

24 Konapuram 

25 Laknepalle 

26 Laxmipur 



27 Lenkalapalle 

28 Lingagiri 

29 Lingapur 

30 Madannapet 

31 Madira 

32 Madiraniandapalle 

33 Mabeswarara 



NARASAMPET TALUK (Contd.) 

1 Thogaramaiahpalle 6 

2 Gudi Maheswaram 

3 Jaferpalle 

4 Banderpalle 

5 Desaipalle 

6 Sambaiahpalle 

1 Bottavanitanda 

2 Bhukyavanitanda 



3 Cherumeeditanda 

1 Galivadditanda 

1 Rajapalle 

2 Mahboobpalle 

3 Chinagurijala 

4 Gunturpalle 

5 Lambaditanda 



1 Seetharamtanda 

2 Chekkaraputanda 

3 Desaripalle 

4 Rajeswarraopalle 



1 Lambadi Tanda 

2 Pochammavaddi Indlu 

1 Kalnaiktanda 

2 Balyaganitanda 

1 Marrinarasaiahpalle 

1 Bandampalle 

2 Arepalle 
Shambunipalle 
Gundlapalle 
Guntupalle 

Kasturipalle 
2 Gollapalle 

1 Thopangaddatanda 
1 Lambaditanda 



67 

56 

41 



24 



5 
47 

43 

38 
4 



15 

54 
42 



Koth'apalle @ Nagulapalle 27 



2 Fartinaifctanda 



1 Gunturpalle 

2 Rajapalle 

3 Gunturpalle 

(near Wattivagu) 

4 Amrutanda 

5 Swamytanda 



34 
39 
33 



154 

149 
59 



3 
18 



5 
143 

58 

52 
4 



23 

165 
56 
48 

'49 
54 
51 



154 

149 
59 



3 
18 



5 
143 

58 

52 
4 



23 

165 
56 
48 

49 
54 
51 



Uninhabited 



205 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HASfLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SU Name of the village 
Mo. (1981 Census) 

(I) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any {1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No, 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




NARASAMPET TALUK 


CContd.} 






34 Makdumpuram 


.. 


45 


61 


61 


35 Mallampalle 


1 Balvanthapur 


14 


15 


15 




2 Gopalpur 










3 Chandraiahpalle 










4 Bobbaralipalle 










5 Goliapalle 








36 Mandapalle 


1 Chepalabanda 


37 


53 


53 




2 Pilligundla 










3 Girnibavi 








37 Mohammadpur 


1 Marripalle 


25 


16 


16 .-g=^ r% 


38 Muchimpula 


1 Dasthagiripalle 


20 


27 


27 VX^^'^'V 1 '" 




2 Lambaditanda 






//CO; > 3 ^" 


39 Mudigonda 


1 Lambaditanda 


51 


146 


146 U*' 7* Igjj 


40 Mutbojipet 


1 Kamalapuram 


28 


47 






2 Ippalatanda 






^^v*&*'&r 




3 Kondasamudramtanda 






^ZzzzzzZ^ 


41 Nachinepalle 


.. 


10 


10 


10 


42 Nallaballe 


1 Kondaipalle 


21 


22 


22 




2 Gunturpalle 








43 Nandigaon 


.. 


16 


24 


24 


44 Narakkapet 


.. 


22 


20 


20 


45 Narasampet 


1 Vellamnagar 


32 


44 


44 




2 Kakatiyanagar 






(F.U.) 


46 Nekkonda 


1 Narsatanda 


57 


150 


150 


47 Panikera 


^ f 


53 


148 


148 


48 Paspunoor 


.. 


31 


43 


45 


49 Pathipaka 


1 Narsunaiktanda 


58 


151 


151 




2 Lodyatanda 








50 Pedda Korpolu 


1 Venkataganitanda 


61 


161 


161 




2 Sim lagan it and a 








51 Penchikalpet 


* 


2 


2 


2 


52 Ponlkal 


1 Bikkajipalle 


8 


8 


S 




2 Arcpalle 








53 Rajpet 


1 Jangalpalle 


29 


46 


46 




2 Gorlagadda 










3 Manjyatanda 










4 Rathiramtanda 










5 Muthyalammatanda 








54 Ramachandrapuram 


.. 


9 


9 


f 


55 Ramavaram 


1 Rangaropallc 


35 


50 


50 


56 Rangapuram 


1 Dharmaraopalle 


18 


26 


26 



57 



2 * VeUampalte 
I Boriapalle 



206 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



Remarks 
(7) 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 


Location Code No. 


) (2) 


(3) 


1981 

(4) 


1971 

(5) 


1961 

(6) 


NARASAMPET TALUK (Concld.) 


58 Redlawada 


1 Saireddipalle 


64 


153 


153 




2 Bhukyatanda 










3 Addebotetanda 










4 Pittekellabodutanda 










5 Regulatanda 








59 Rekampalle 




12 


13 


13 


60 Relakunta 


1 Saireddipalle 


17 


25 


25 


61 Sarvapur (Dwarakpet) 


1 Mudiraju Colony 


30 


45 


45 




2 Waddera Colony 










3 Kothapalle 








62 Surpalle 















55 


164 


164 


63 Timniampet 
64 Togarrai 


1 Narayanatanda 


26 


17 


17 


65 Topanpalle 





11 


11 


11 






65 


157 


157 


66 Upperapalle 


1 Jogyatanda 


50 


57 


57 




2 Jeedigaddatanda 








67 Venkatapur 


1 Mangalpalle 


13 


14 


14 




2 Vellampalle 








68 Venkatapur 


1 Gangadevunitanda 


63 


158 


158 




2 Cherukommutanda 










WARANGAL (URBAN) 


TALUK* 






1 Desaipet 















9 


66 


66 


2 Girmajipet 




(F.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 




* 


17 


69 


69 


3 Gorrekanta 


1 Gunturpalle 


(F.U.IV) 
11 


(F.U.I) 
59 


(F.U.) 
59 


4 Hanamkonda 


1 Gunturpalle 


7 


81 


81 




2 Peddammagadda 


(F.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 




3 Gollapalle 








5 Kadipikonda 












. 


20 


88 


8$ 


6 Kazipet 












* 


19 


83 


83 


7 Kumarpalle 


1 Gundla Singaram 


(F.U.IV) 

6 


(P.U.I) 
17 


(P.U.) 
17 


8 Lakshasingarairi 




(P.U.IV) 


(P.U.I) 


(P.O.) 




* 


4 


16 


16 


9 Laksflroipuram 




(F.U.IV) 


(F.UJ) 


(F.U.) 




* 


10 


68 


68 


ID Madikonda 


1 Kummarigudem 


(F.U.IV) 
I 


(F.UJ) 
90 


(F.U.) 
90 




2 Tekulagudem 


(P.UJV) 








3 Ayodyapuram 









* Formed fn. Waranga! utak. Vide G.O.MS. No. HIS Revenue <U> dated 29th November, 1979. 



207 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 
No, 

(1) 


Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 

(2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


1981 

(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 


WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Concld.) 


11 


Matwada 




.. 


8 


67 


67 










(F.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


12 


Palvelpula 


1 


Gunturpalle 


5 


18 


18 










(P.U.IV) 






13 


Raman nap et 




9m 


16 


70 


70 










(F.U.IV) 


1F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


14 


Rangashaipet 


1 


Sriramulapet 


14 


77 


77 






2 


Seetharampuram 


(F.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


15 


Shaimpet 




.. 


18 


80 


80 










{F.U.IV} 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


16 


Somidi 




.. 


2 


89 


89 










(F.U.IV) 






17 


Thimmapur (Haveli) 




,. 


13 


76 


76 


18 


Urus 


1 


Karimbad 


15 


78 


78 






2 


Aliabad 


(F.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


19 


Waddepalle 


1 


Lambadithanda 


3 


82 


82 










(P.U.IV) 


(F.U.I) 


(F.U.) 


20 


Warangal Fort 


1 


Sambhunipalle 


12 


71 


71 










(P.U.IV) 


(P.U.I) 


(P.U.) 








WARANGAL (RURAL) 


TALUK* 






1 


Agrampahad 


1 


Bothalapalle 


34 


41 


41 






2 


Raghavapuram 








2 


Anantharam 






49 


45 


45 


3 


Ananthsagar 




t f 


1 


1 


1 


4 


Arvapalle 


1 


Bucbi Ramaiahpalle 


9 


24 


24 


5 


Atmakur 


1 


Arepalle 


17 


39 


39 






2 


Gwdepahad 








6 


Bheemaram 


1 


Komatpalle 


24 


14 


14 






2 


Lambadithanda 








7 


Bodduchintapalle 




* 


38 


61 


61 


8 


Chintaghat 


1 


Mancpalle 


25 


13 


13 


9 


Chintalapalle 


1 


Yetlapalle 


56 


52 


52 






2 


Balaiingampalle 












3 


Gqllapalle 








10 


Choudlapalle 


1 


Vogonepalle 


18 


40 


46 


11 


Dam era 




* 


31 


33 


33 


12 


Devannapet 


1 


SubbaiahpaHc 


26 


S 


$ 


13 


Bhannararn 




. 


44 


57 


57 


14 


Dubakunta 




.. 


45 


72 


72 



Formed from Warangal Taluk, Vide G.O.Ms. Ho, 1415 Revenue (U) dated 29th November, 



208 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any ( 1981 Census) /- 

(3) 


Location Code No. 

_ T> AT*i4i>lre> 


1981 
(4) 


1971 

(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




WARANGAL (RURAL) TALUK 


(Contd.) 






15 Elguru (Ranganpet) 


1 Bhikyatanda 


62 


172 


172 




2 Maniganitanda 








16 Elkurty (Haveli) 


1 Arepalle 


36 


44 


44 


17 Enmamula 


1 Gunturpalle 


42 


65 


65 


18 Geesgonda 


1 Arepalle 


48 


56 


56 




(Konaimakula) 










2 Seethampet 










3 Rampuram 










4 Guttakindipalle 










5 Balaipalle 








19 Gopalpur 


.. 


28 


15 


15 


20 Hasanparthi 


1 Seethampet 


5 


12 


12 










(F.UJI) 


21 Jaigiri 


1 Balluganithanda 


2 


9 


9 


22 Kogilvai 




11 


29 


29 


23 Komrnala 




50 


46 


46 


24 Kothaghat 


.. 


16 


38 


38 


25 Kothapet 


.. 


40 


63 


63 


26 Laknavaram 




3 


10 


10 


27 Ledalia 


1 Arepalle 


20 


32 


32 


28 Machapur 


1 Gangadevanipalle 


52 


55 


55 


29 Malakpet 


* 


15 


37 


37 


30 Mallampalle 


1 Devanagar 


64 


211 


211 




2 Manchineeilapalle 










3 Mohanadghousepalle 










4 Himayumnagar 










5 Srinagar 










6 Yapalagadda 








31 Majlareddypalle 


1 KothapalJe 


10 


23 


23 




2 Gundlapalle 








32 Mangonda 


1 Gunturpalle 


37 


43 


43 




2 Chandraiahpalle 








33 Mogilicherla 





39 


60 


60 


34 Mondrai 


1 Gottapalle 


58 


48 


48 


35 Mucberia 


1 Seethanagaram 


23 


19 


19 


36 Mummadivaram 


,^ 


61 


51 


51 


37 Mustialpalle 


1 Tafckallapalle 


33 


62 


62 


38 Nagaram 


1 Rajeswarpalle 


7 


21 


21 


39 Nallaballe (Yclgur) 


t ^ 


60 


50 


50 


40 Narlavai 


9 


59 


49 


49 


41 Oblapw 





32 


34 


34 


42 Ookal 


1 Gunturpalle 


53 


54 


54 



209 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the vi Ilage 
No. <1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No . 

if any (1981 Census) , ..,.,,.,,*r 


Remarks 

(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



43 Oorgonda 

44 Paidpalle 

45 Pallurguda 

46 Peddapur 



47 Pegadapalle 

48 Pembarty 

49 Pesarkonda 

50 Pothrajpalle 

51 Pulkurty 

52 Ramachandrapur 



53 Sangam 



(Haveli) 



WARANGAL (RURAL) TALUK (Contd.) 



1 Dammannapet 

2 Seethampet 

3 Durgampet 

Arepalle 



1 



2 Sardarpet 

1 Bhramnaiktanda 

2 Gunturpalle 

3 Vajerenepalle 

1 Nazirpalle 

2 Arepalle 

3 Tempatu 

4 Appaiahpalle 

5 Akkampet 

6 Nagaiahpalle 

1 Gunturpalle 

1 Gunturpalle 



1 Ramavaram 

2 Gurthurthanda 

3 Pandikunta 

4 Ramakrishnapuram 

5 Venkateswarapalle 

6 Ramojithanda 

7 Subbareddipalle 

8 Bhudiyatanda 

9 Rahimnagar 

10 Balijatanda 

11 Anieerabadtanda 

12 Shankutanda 

13 Mansinghtanda 

14 Kodiselakunta 

15 Shamsuikiinpalle 

16 Mamkiipalle 

17 Narsingapurain 

18 Laxmitanda 

19 Chandrutanda 

20 Mamidilapaile 

21 RamsioghthAnda 
1 KonUpallc 

1 Raifiiguota 

1 Bairaropalle 

2 Lambadithaoda^ 



19 

41 
57 

35 



65 



55 
54 

22 



35 

64 
53 

42 



212 



I70 

169 

25 



35 

64 
53 

42 



29 


26 


26 


6 


20 


20 


14 


36 


36 


43 


58 


53 


13 


30 


30 



212 



110 
169 

25 



210 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Codi 


5 NO. 

^ Remarks 
1961 
(6) (7) 


1981 
(4)' 


1971 
(5) 




WARANGAL (RURAL) 


TALUK fConcld.) 


56 Singarajpalle 




12 


31 


31 


57 Sudanpalle 


, 


8 


22 


22 


58 Tararpalle 


. . 


27 


87 


87 


59 Thimmapur Patti Yelgur 




63 


171 


171 


60 Vanchanagiri 


1 Gunturpalle 


47 


158 


158 


61 Vasanthapur 


. , 


46 


157 


157 


62 Venkatapur (Chandragiri) 




21 


28 


28 


63 Vishwanathpur 


1 Jadatanda 


51 


47 


47 




2 Bondilatanda 










3 Ippalapalle 








64 Wangapahad 


.. 


30 


27 


27 


65 Yellapur 





4 


11 


11 


GHANPUR TALUK* 


1 Aliabad 


. , 


57 


146 


146 


2 Chagal 


1 Kammarapalle 


49 


113 


113 




2 Shivareddipalle 








3 Chilupur 




32 


108 


108 


4 Chinna Pendyala 





30 


125 


125 


5 Devnur 


<t 


4 


4 


4 


6 Dbarmapuram 


f ^ 


28 


133 


133 


7 Dharmasagar 


f t 


8 


6 


6 


8 Fathepur 


f 9 


34 


103 


103 


9 Garimallapalle 


.. 


41 


137 


137 


10 Ghanpur 


1 Chintagudiselu 


37 


119 


119 


11 Gundalasagar 


.. 


14 


98 


98 


12 Janakipur 


1 Banjarpalle 


11 


93 


93 


13 Konaichalam 




44 


129 


129 


14 Kondapur 


* 


16 


100 


100 


15 Kothapalle (Medikonda) 


.. 


50 


110 


110 


36 Krishnajigudem 


* 


33 


105 


105 


17 KUBUTU 





40 


131 


131 


18 Kyathampalle 


*. 


10 


122 


122 


19 Lingampalle 


m< 


18 


102 


102 


20 Madipalle 


_ 


6 


2 


2 


21 Malakapalle 





24 


134 


134 


22 Malkapur 


1 Wadderagudem 


19 


106 


106 


23 Mallikudurla 


1 Ktimmarigudem 


12 


94 


94 


24 Medikonda 


1 Waddaragudem 


51 


111 


in 


25 Mupparam 





3 


5 


5 


26 Narayanagiri 


.. 


2 


95 


95 


27 Nasifcal 


1 Vengalapalle 


29 


124 


124 



* Formed from Warangal Taluk, Vide GXXMs. No, 1415 Revenue (U) dated 29th November, 1979. 



211 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) ( 2 ) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No, 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




GHANPUR TALUK (Concld.) 






28 Nemiligonda 


47 


117 


117 


29 Obalapur 


62 


144 


144 


30 Pamnur 


38 


126 


126 


31 Pedda Pendyala 


1 Gunturpalle 22 


123 


123 


32 Peechera 


15 


99 


99 


33 Pullagutta 


36 


109 


109 


34 Raghavapur 


52 


112 


112 


35 Raghunathapalle 


27 


132 


132 


36 Rajavaram 


1 Lambaditanda 31 


120 


120 


37 Rampur 


23 


91 


91 


38 Sagaram 


1 Rajakpuram 43 


139 


139 


39 Shapalle 


60 


142 


142 


40 Sivunipalle 


48 


118 


118 


41 Somdevarapalle 


5 


3 


3 


42 Sripathipalle 


17 


101 


101 


43 Sudeshpalle 


13 


97 


97 


44 Suraram 


59 


141 


141 


45 Tammadapalle 


45 


130 


130 


46 Tandarpalle 


54 


115 


115 


47 Tatikonda 


1 Jithugudem 35 


104 


104 


48 Tatikayala 


1 Ravigudem 21 


121 


121 


49 Teegram 


1 Neembanaiktanda 55 


116 


116 


50 Thamtnadapalle (Gudur) 


61 


143 


143 


51 Tidugu 


42 


138 


138 


52 Timmampet 


46 


128 


128 


53 Timmapur (Chitur) 


58 


145 


145 


54 Unikicherla 


7 


7 


7 


55 Uppugal 


39 


127 


127 


56 Vanamalakanaparthy 


25 


135 


135 


57 Yelair 


1 


96 


96 


58 Yenkatadripet 


20 


107 


107 


59 Yenkatapuratn (Chitur) 


26 


136 


136 


60 Yishwanathpur 


53 


114 


114 


61 Yelkurthy 


1 Shaipet 9 


92 


n 


Dharmasagar 


2 Keshavanagar 







62 Zafargadba 



3 Narsingarayanipalle 

1 Waddegudem 

2 Hioaayathaagar 

3 Nakkaiagadda 



56 



140 



140 



1 Abdulnagaram 

2 Ainapur 

3 Akfcerajapalle 



CHERIYAL TALUK 

36 

1 Rasiiiabad & Miraajpalle 53 

33 



43 
4 

Si 



41 
4 
51 



212 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES - 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 
if flnv f1981 fenm^ -.,., w ' 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



4 Aknour 



5 Alimpur 

6 Ammapur 

7 Ankushapuram 

8 Arjunapalle 

9 Bachannapet 

10 Bairanpalle 

11 Bamdanagaram 

12 Basireddipalle 

13 Bekkal 

14 Bommakur 

15 Bonthaghatnagaram 

16 Chenchamkota 

17 Cheriyal 

18 Chinna Ramancherla 

19 Chitiyal 

20 Danampalle 

21 Dharmaram 

22 Dhoolmitta 

23 Dommat 

24 Dubbaguntapalle 

25 Gagilapur 

26 Gandiramvaram 

27 Gaogapuram 

28 Gowraipalle 

29 Gurvnuapet 

30 Hanmanthpur 

31 Itakalpalle 

32 Jalapalle 

33 Kadavergu 

34 Kainlaipalle 

35 Katkoor 

36 Kesireddipalle 

37 Kistampet 

38 Kodvatur 

39 Komaravelle 

40 Koadapur 

41 Konne 

42 Kootigat 

43 Ladnoor 

44 Lafckapalle 

45 Laksbmapur 

46 Lingampalle 

47 Lingapuram 



CHERIYAL TALUK (Contd.) 



1 Rampur 

2 Masireddipalle 

3 Rudraipalle 



1 Banjarapalle 



1 Bothalaparre 

1 Bandapalle 

2 Gurujakunta 



1 Donkacheru 



1 Pothireddipalle 



17 



29 



29 



70 


64 


64 


43 


53 


53 


11 


39 


39 


4 


27 


27 


77 


68 


68 


16 


32 


32 


72 


82 


82 


76 


77 


77 


9 


35 


35 


41 


49 


49 


12 


40 


40 


50 


18 


18 


25 


62 


62 






(P.U.II) 


79 


69 


69 


2 


24 


24 


1 


25 


25 


46 


58 


58 


7 


33 


33 


18 


28 


28 


63 


14 


14 


28 


60 


60 


37 


44 


44 


67 


65 


65 


21 


1 


1 


55 


6 


6 


40 


48 


48 


69 


67 


67 


5 


30 


30 


51 


19 


19 


3 


26 


26 


71 


79 


79 


73 * 


84 


84 


23 


21 


21 


75 


78 


78 


22 


2 


2 


10 


36 


36 


64 


15 


15 


15 


37 


37 


44 


85 


85 


45 


57 


57 


74 


83 


S3 


61 


12 


12 


6 


31 


31 



213 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IX 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 

......n , i , * - n .rtt-f 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




CHERIYAL TALUK 


(Concld.) 






48 Machupahad 


f 9 


38 


45 


45 


49 Maddur 


, . 


27 


59 


59 


50 Malakpet 





39 


47 


47 


51 Mansanpalle 


* 


60 


11 


11 


52 Marimusthiaya 


.. 


22 


22 


22 


53 Marmamula 


1 Banjara 


47 


81 


81 


54 Mustiyal 


1 Veerannapet 


49 


63 


63 


55 Nagireddipalle 


.. 


66 


16 


16 


56 Nagpur 


1 Shaba rigudem 


58 


9 


9 


57 Narasaipalle 


_ 


26 


61 


61 


58 Narayanapur 


.. 


81 


71 


71 


59 Narmetta 


1 Gunturpalle 


34 


50 


50 




2 Agapet 








60 Narsapur Q Ramrajpalle 


.. 


35 


42 


42 


61 Padmati Keshvapur 


1 Jayyala 


65 


17 


17 


62 Peddarajapet 


.. 


57 


. 8 


8 


63 Pochannapeta 


1 Nakkavanigudem 


80 


70 


70 


64 Posanapalle 


.. 


56 


7 


7 


65 Potharam 




32 


52 


52 


66 Pullagudem 


.. 


62 


13 


13 


67 Ramachandrapuram 





68 


66 


66 


68 Ramsagar 


m 


52 


3 


3 


69 Rebarthy 


m * 


29 


5* 


56 


70 Salakpur 


mm 


48 


80 


80 


71 Salvapur 


m . 


59 


10 


10 


72 Solipuram 


* * 


14 


38 


38 


73 Tadoor 




19 


23 


23 


74 Tammadpalle 





78 


75 


75 


75 Tapasapalle 





54 


5 


5 


76 Tarigoppula 


1 Jaggayapet 


13 


41 


41 




2 Narsingapur 










3 Kaculafcunta 










4 Pallela 










5 Gollakunta 










6 Addabata 










7 Veogatfaanda 








77 Tboroala 


9 m 


8 


M 


34 


78 Vallampatla 


* 


30 


55 


55 


7$ Vangampalie 


i 


31 


54 


54 


SO Vecharam 


,^ 


24 


30 


20 


*t VeWeada 


1 Kaonaboiaagndem 


42 


*i 


S6 



214 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 

T f -3 mr / 1 O1 f^f*n "11" ^ 


Location Code 


;No. 
v Remarks 
1961 
(6) (7) 


it any (iyoi census; / 
- (3) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 




JANGAON TALUK 








1 Advikeshvapur 


1 Bakarnagar 


4 


87 


87 


2 Ashwaraopalle 


1 Venkatayapalem 


8 


95 


95 




2 Nunemutulagudem 








3 Bhanjipeta 


m m 


35 


137 


137 


4 Cheeturu 


9 m 


39 


141 


141 


5 Chinna Rajupeta 


f t 


47 


121 


121 Uninhabited 


6 Chitkakodur 


.. 


30 


112 


112 


7 Chowdaram 


t m 


31 


111 


111 


8 Chowdarpalle 


f m 


26 


72 


72 


9 Eswanthapur 


.. 


32 


134 


134 


10 Fatheshapur 





18 


110 


110 


11 Gabbetta 


. 


37 


104 


104 


12 Gangupahad 


,. 


20 


90 


90 


13 Goprajpalle 


.. 


1 


76 


76 


14 Govardhanagiri 





9 


96 


96 


' 15 Gumadavalli 


^ ^ 


54 


124 


124 


16 Ibrahimpuram 


,. 


17 


109 


109 


17 Ippagudem 


1 Komatigudem 


11 


98 


98 




(Boinigudem) 










2 Akkapallegudem 










3 Rangarainguda 








18 Jangaon 


f m 


29 


118 


118 




(F. 


JU.II) 


(F.U.1V) 


(P.U.) 


19 Jedikal 


,. 


55 


123 


123 


20 Kallem 


1 Manikyapur 


46 


120 


120 


21 Kalvalapalle 





36 


139 


139 


22 Kanchanpalle 


1 Gunturgudem 


13 


105 


105 


23 Kannaipalle 


.* 


41 


138 


138 


24 Khiiesbapuram 


1 Jaferguda 


7 


93 


93 




2 Mondlaguda 








> 


3 Mangalibandathanda 










4 Nakkapokalthanda 










5 Cfaaralathanda 










6 Epalagaddathanda 






4 


25 Koduru 


1 Ramanaguda 


38 


140 


140 


26 Komandla 




14 


106 


106 


27 Kothapalle 


. 


52 


129 


129 


28 Kundaram 


1 Kistagudem 


40 


142 


142 


29 Kurachapalle 


1 Ayyavarigudem 


10 


97 


97 


30 L Ghanpur 


1 Bandlagudem 


49 


131 


13! 


31 Madbaram 


.. 


16 


108 


108 


32 Marigadi 


* 


19 


91 


91 


33 Mykaighat 


. 


6 


46 


46 


34 Nagaraia 


* 


44 


132 


132 


35 NarayaBapur 


1 YeUareddigudeni 


42 


136 


136 


36 Neliutla 


1 Patelgudem 


43 


133 


133 



215 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
Ko. (1981 Census) 

(1) < 2 > 


Name of the hamlets 


Location Code No . 

* H*mar1cs 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 


JANG AON TALUK (Concld.) 


37 Nidigonda 


1 Kurmaguda 


33 


135 


135 


3S Nyalapogula 


.. 


51 


143 


143 


39 Oblakeshavapur 


ff 


24 


74 


74 


40 Pasarmadla 


, 


23 


114 


114 


41 Peda Ramancherla 


.. 


25 


73 


73 


42 Peddapahad 


,. 


2 


89 


89 


43 Pembarthy 


.. 


45 


119 


119 


44 Raghunathapalle 


.. 


34 


107 


107 


45 Samudrala 


1 Gunturguda 


12 


99 


99 


46 Shamirpet 


. 


22 


117 


117 


47 Siddenki 


., 


27 


115 


115 


48 Siripuram 


. 


48 


122 


122 


49 Vadlakonda 


, 9 


21 


113 


113 


50 Vaddicherla 


1 Nawabpet 


50 


130 


130 


51 Veldi 


.. 


15 


94 


94 


52 Venkriya 


.. 


3 


88 


88 


53 Wanaparthy 


*, 


53 


128 


128 


54 Yellemla 


fc n 


28 


116 


116 


55 Yeragollapahad 


-- 


5 


92 


92 


KODAKONDLA TALUK* 


1 Authapuram 
2 Ayyagaripalle 


1 Upparagudem 


27 
9 


177 
161 


177 
561 Uninhabited 


3 Bommera 


., 


5 


162 


162 


4 Channur 


f ^ 


35 


167 


167 


5 Chowdur 


f f 


13 


155 


155 


6 Dardepalle 
7 Devaruppala 
8 Dharmapuram 


1 Kamareddygudem 
1 Bhukya Ramanna Thanda 


22 
39 

37 


165 
147 
152 


165 
147 
152 


9 Edunuthula 


fm 


32 


171 


171 


10 Gantlakunta 


1 Kannaigudem 


31 


181 


181 


11 Gollapalle 
12 Gudur 


1 Gopalapuram 


40 
4 


148 
100 


148 
100 




2 Ragbavapur 










3 Kistapuram 










4 Narasingapur 










5 Janakipur 








13 Iravennu 


^ 


2 


102 


102 


14 Kadavendi 


1 Seetharampur 


38 


146 


146 


15 Kodakondla 


* 


46 


183 


183 


16 Kolkonda 


1 Ramachaodrapurara 


12 


156 


153 


17 Kondapuram 


.* 


6 


164 


164 


IS Kothalabad 


* 


1 


103 


103 


19 Kurpalle 


* 


49 


185 


185 


20 Latshmakkapalle 
21 Lakshminarayanapuram 


* * 


43 
$ 


151 
159 


151 

m 

* M*Hk 



* Formed from Jangaoa Taluk vide QM** Ko. 1415 SUvesa (U) ^ii<29tii ifi^e 



216 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 
if any (1981 Census) ' 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



22 Madhapuram 



23 MadurKalan 

24 MadurKhurd 



25 Mailaram 

26 Mallampalle 

27 Manchippula 

28 Manpahad 

29 Mondrai 

30 Muthram 

31 Nancharimodur 

32 Narasingapuram 

33 Nirmala 

34 Pakala 

35 Palakhurthy 

36 Peddavangara 

37 Pochampalle 

38 Pocharam 

39 Ramarajpalle 

40 Ramavaram 

41 Rangapuram 

42 Regula 

43 Shatapuram 

44 Singarajpalle 

45 Teegaram 

46 Tbirmalagiri 

47 Thorrur 

48 Valmadi 

49 Vavilala 

50 Visnoor 

51 Wadde Kotbapalle 



KODAKONDLA TALUK (Concld.) 



1 Padmatithanda 

2 Uraguntathanda 

3 Devuniguttathanda 

4 Peddadubbathanda 



1 Appireddipalle 

2 Lambojipalle 

3 Banjaraguda 



1 Naraboinagudem 



19 



18 
14 



154 



145 
144 



154 



145 
144 



36 


153 


153 


24 


174 


174 


34 


168 


168 


41 


149 


149 


42 


150 


150 


33 


172 


172 


28 


178 


178 


47 


182 


182 


16 


126 


126 


45 


170 


170 


7 


163 


163 


29 


179 


179 


30 


180 


180 


51 


187 


187 


17 


125 


125 


44 


169 


169 


48 


184 


184 


26 


176 


176 


11 


157 


157 


15 


127 


127 


21 


166 


166 


3 


101 


101 


10 


160 


160 


23 


173 


173 


25 


175 


175 


20 


158 


158 


50 


186 


186 



1 Alipur 

2 Ammavaripet 

3 Annaramsherief 

4 Bandantapurara 

5 Bhatpallc 



WARDHANNAPET TALUK* 

4 75 75 

3 79 79 

1 Lambaditanda 60 180 180 

1 Bobbilikota 2? 149 149 

2 Yalabanda 

1 84 84 



Formed from Wanmgal Talafr Vide O.O.Ms. No. 1415 Revcane (U) dated 29th November, 1979. 



217 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 


Location Code No. 


(3) 


1981 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


(Contd.) 






Bollekunta 


I Muskulapalle 


14 


155 


155 


7 Burhanpalle 


, m 


50 


205 


205 


8 Chennaram 


.. 


18 


161 


161 


9 Chintanekkonda 


1 Lambaditanda 


39 


177 


177 




2 Saireddypalle 








10 Choutapalle 


1 Janakipuram 


40 


176 


176 


11 Dammannapet 


. 


29 


148 


148 


12 Divitipalie 


, 


30 


147 


147 


13 Engole 


1 Lambaditanda 


38 


173 


173 


14 Gadepalle 


1 GuntHrpalie 


26 


156 


156 


15 Gannaaram 


_ 


32 


200 


200 


16 Gavicherla 


.. 


20 


167 


1*7 


17 Ghattikal 


1 Motheramtanda 


62 


197 


197 




2 Kothatanda 








18 Gopanapalle 


1 Anantharam 


36 


185 


185 


19 Inole 


1 YantimamidipaHe 


6 


152 


152 


20 JagannathapaHe 


.. 


63 


196 


196 


21 Kakiralapalle 


^ ^ 


1* 


151 


151 


22 Kalleda 


^ 


59 


179 


179 


23 Kanakapaka 


.. 


37 


175 


175 


24 Kapulakannparthy 


1 Asfcalpalle 


13 


160 


169 


25 Katrepalle 




51 


206 


206 


26 Katrepalle <Haveli) 


. 


12 


168 


168 


27 Katriai 


1 Kummariguda 


25 


187 


187 


28 Kesavapur 


.. 


4S 


202 


202 


29 Kolampalle 


1 Aregudera 


49 


253 


203 


30 Kondaparty 


1 Mulkalagudem 


5 


8$ 


84 




2 Narsimlagudem 










3 Guntutpalle 








31 Koodapur 


* 


61 


194 


194 


32 Konduru 


* 


47 


204 


204 


33 Kothapalle 


* 


34 


190 


190 


34 Kothapalle (Havelt) 


.. 


2 


85 


SS 


35 Kothur 


1 Ausulakuotataoda 


43 


192 


192 




2 Guoturpalle 










3 Baodenapalic Thaada 








36 Laibarthy 


1 Bokfcalagudetn 


44 


191 


191 


37 Lohitha 




23 


144 


164 


38 Maoaooor 




S 


74 


74 


39 Murtpirala 


.. 


53 


30S 


208 


40 Mylaram 


1 CfaafcmtfeAnd* 


54 


209 


2*9 


44 Kakkaiapalle 


1 ** 





n 


n 



218 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


1981 
(4) 


1971 

(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 




WARDHANNAPET TALUK 


(Concld.J 






42 Nallaballe 


1 Gunturpalle 


35 


186 


186 




2 Chandurtanda 








43 Nandanam 


1 Reddipalem 


27 


150 


150 


44 Ookal Patti Raipartbi 


.. 


64 


195 


195 


45 Panthini 


1 Cbintakunta 


17 


162 


162 


46 Parvathagiri 


1 Daulathanagar 


58 


178 


178 


47 Periked 


1 Ragannagudem 


55 


193 


193 




2 Keshavapur 








48 Potfeireddipalle 


1 Kristapuram 


52 


207 


207 


49 Punnofe 


1 Permandlagudera 


15 


153 


153 


50 Raipatty 


1 Mahboobnagar 


45 


198 


198 




2 Kotharaiparthy 








51 Ramachandrapmr 


* 


19 


166 


166 


52 Ramavaram 


* 


31 


201 


201 


53 Revooru 


,. 


56 


181 


181 


54 Rollakal 


1 Narayanapur 


42 


183 


183 


55 Sannui u 


. 


65 


210 


210 


56 Shapur 





22 


165 


165 


57 Singaram 


.. 


7 


154 


154 


58 Somaram 


1 Jamalpuram 


57 


182 


182 




2 Gunturpalle 








59 Theegrajupalle 


1 Lachinaik Thanda 


21 


174 


174 


60 Thirmalapalle 




46 


199 


199 


61 Upparapalle 


. 


24 


163 


163 


62 Venkatapur (Haveli) 


1 Path agunturpal 1 e 


11 


159 


159 




2 Patha Gunturpalle 








63 Wadlakonda 


., 


41 


184 


184 


64 Wardhannapet 


1 Jaggupet 


33 


189 


189 




2 Gobbelatanda 










3 Konapurain 










4 Dongachintalatanda 










5 Gangilitanda 










6 Brahmanakuntathanda 










7 Neelagiriswamythanda 








65 Yellaoda 


1 Kadarigudam 


26 


188 


188 



1 Abba ipa tern 



MARIPEDA TALUK* 



1 Bodavaththanda 

2 Dharavaththanda 

3 Bhagvanthanda 

4 Bodathanda 



68 



117 



117 



* Formed from Mabbalaatwid Talufc, Vide O.O.Ms, No. 1478 Revenue (U) dated 6th December, 1979. 



219 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 

No 

(I) 


Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 

(2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 

- - * - - - - OMM**1C 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 








MARIPEDA TALUK 


(Contd.) 






2 


Agapet 


1 


Go I lagudemthanda 


36 


89 


89 


3 


Ammapur 


1 


Kothagudem 


8 


3 


3 






2 


Gantakuntabandham 








4 


Anepur 


1 


Bodyathanda 


60 


102 


102 . 






2 


Jogyathanda 












3 


Megyathanda 












4 


Kadyathanda 












5 


Lakavathtanda 












6 


Etukalpahadthanda 








5 


Beechrajpalle 


1 


Jarbulathanda 


65 


116 


116 






2 


Ellas iguda 








6 


Bodlada 




.. 


23 


69 


69 


7 


Bojjannapet 


1 


Lalsinghtanda 


46 


63 


63 


8 


Bommakal 




.. 


31 


80 


80 


9 


Bonthapalle 




, 


26 


74 


74 


10 


Brahman Kothapalle 




.. 


22 


70 


70 


11 


Burhanpur 




* 


73 


9$ 


98 


12 


Cherlapalem 




* 


27 


75 


75 


13 


Chikutaipalem 




f m 


28 


83 


83 


14 


Chillamcherla 






58 


104 


104 


15 


Chinna Vangara 


1 


Jal othuboj ath anda 


17 


78 


78 



16 Chintalapalle 



17 Chityal 



18 DanthalapaHe 

19 Datla 



26 Dharmaratn 

21 Ekkirala 

22 Erjerla 



23 Fathepur 

24 <jaHvarigudet 

25 Gopalagiri 

26 Gudur 



2 Jalotbubodiathanda 

1 Hachathanda 

2 Both ell y Thanda 

3 An ikatta Thanda 

1 Dharavath Novakatanda 

2 Banothutanga Tanda 

3 Jalothvadya Thanda 

1 Valyathanda 

2 Somla Thanda 

3 Singh Thanda 

4 Bursettigudem 

5 Panthulya Thanda 
1 Tanda Dharmarant 

1 Gussaputhaixla 

2 Manjatkaoda 

3 Poosafa Thaoda 



1 Bhiimpoligadda Thanda 

2 Amruthanda 

3 Pagidipalle Thanda 



14 



24 
56 



73 



79 

73 
92 



64 

44 
63 



20 
67 
19 

4$ 



130 

66 

121 



76 
109 



120 

66 

121 



6 

us 

76 



Uninhabited 



220 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 

No. 


Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 


Loc 


ation Code No . 

m- -JI---UL -_-- T> **. ..! 




-i x-wjj-iw.*. IKO 








1981 


1971 


1961 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) (7) 






MARIPEDA TALUK 


(Contd.) 






27 


Gundamrajpalle 


.. 


47 


64 


64 


28 


Gundepudi 


.. 


74 


99 


99 


29 


Gunnepalle 


t ^ 


40 


90 


90 


30 


Guripur 


m 


70 


101 


101 


31 


Gurthur 


. 


6 


10 


10 


32 


Harpriyal 


1 Amarasinghtanda 


29 


82 


82 



33 Jayapuram 



34 Jayyaram 

35 Kachikal 

36 Kalvapalle 

37 Kantaipalem 

38 Karkai 

39 Kausalyadevipalle 

40 Khanapur 

41 Kommanapalle 

42 Kommulavancha 



43 Kumrnarifcuntla 

44 Madpalle 

45 Maripeda 



1 Bashutanda 43 67 67 

2 Bikka Tanda 

3 Potya Tanda 

4 Lachamma Tanda \ 

5 Fakeera Tanda 

6 Beemeda Tanda 

7 Mariya Tanda 

1 Mannegudem 49 112 112 

2 Mangotigudem 



1 Thimmamthanda 


10 


.. 


34 


, B 


9 


_ 


32 


1 Rooplatanda 


45 


. 


7 


* 


15 


1 Hatiyatanda 


42 


2 Bheetiatanda 




3 Ramutanda 




4 Rooplatanda 




5 Amrutanda 




6 Dedelalutanda 




7 Duddatanda 




8 Gutothanalatanda 




9 Gugloth Devoji Tanda 




10 Guglothtanda 




11 Lakavathbuchyatanda 




12 Gilothtanda 




13 Gugloth Roopla Thanda 




1 Nidanapuram 


37 


1 Somararavanikunta 


12 


Thauda 




1 Ibkyanaikthanda 


69 


2 Buthala Thanda 




3 Pooneganithanda 




4 Makhul Thanda 




5 Deshyathanda 




6 Arlagaddathanda 




7 Valsthamda 





10 


16 


16 


34 


85 


85 


9 


8 


g 


32 


81 


81 


45 


65 


65 


7 


9 


9 


15 


2 


2 


42 


68 


68 



88 
7 

100 



88 
7 

100 



Uninhabited 



221 

LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IX 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 

*f ftnv (1 Q 81 Cen^UI^ ' Urmnrlr- 


1981 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 




MARIPEDA TALUK (Contd ) 


45 Maripeda (Concld.) 


8 Dakane Thanda 




9 Bakkarapulathanda 




10 Dubba Thanda 




11 Baboji Thanda 




12 Kasanaithanda 




13 Sekla Thanda 




14 Kothathanda 




15 Seetharampur 


46 Matedu 


1 Kistapur 25 72 72 


47 Mecharajupalle 


1 Padmatithanda 3 13 13 




2 Bachiraithanda 




3 Singaradevithanda 




4 Kothur Thanda 


48 Mungimadgu 


1 Fakeerathanda 53 106 106 




2 Errabheekyathanda 




3 Raju Thanda 




4 Mangyathanda 




5 Dhansinghthanda 




6 Chandra thanda 




7 Narsimhapurambanjara 




8 Gob ad thanda 




9 Body a thanda 




10 Sarvaiahthanda 




1 1 Ramannagud em 


49 Mupparam Kalan 


1 Ramanjapuram 33 86 86 


50 Nagaram Kalan 


I Gopathanda 54 105 105 




2 Jagyathanda 




3 Vasaramthanda 




4 Amarsinghthanda 




5 Bhojathanda 




6 Yerrakuntathanda 




7 Vankdoituthanda 




8 Yellandukuntathanda 




9 Banjarathanda 


51 Narsimlapet 


1 Erralaefcaiahbanjar 41 93 93 




2 Gyamathanda 




3 Moruthanda 




4 Mojithanda 




5 Paodulathanda 




6 Ramojuthanda 




7 Padamatigudem 




8 Banjarathanda 




9 Pethoriyamthauda 




10 PitcfeiramtbaBda 



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LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

0> (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) (7) 






MARIPEDA TALUK 


(Contd.) 






52 Neelkurthy 


1 


Rekhathanda 


59 


103 


103 




2 


Lunathanda 










3 


Dasyathanda 










4 


Venkuramthanda 










5 


Bhojathanda 










6 


Nethavaththanda 










7 


Babojigudem 








53 Nellikudur 


1 


Rathiramthanda 


11 


17 


17 




2 


Mangathanda 










3 


Namuthanda 










4 


Guttathanda 










5 


Ramannagudem 








54 Polepalle 


1 


Larnbadichandrathanda 


21 


71 


71 


55 Purushothamaigud em 


2 


Muthyamthanda 


66 


119 


119 


56 Ramanujapur 




.. 


5 


15 


15 


57 Rampur 


1 


Kothur 


57 


95 


95 


58 Ramvaram 




. . 


35 


84 


84 


59 Reponi 


1 


Laxmipur 


39 


91 


91 


60 Somaram 




f f 


1 


11 


11 


61 Tallaookallu 


1 


Venkampahad 


71 


96 


96 




2 


Chinthalathanda 










3 


Doopsinghthanda 










4 


Chapalathanda 










5 


Rekhathanda 









62 Thanamcherla 



6 Badavaththanda 

7 Pambandathanda 

1 Khatyathanda 

2 Valyathanda 

3 Arlagaddathanda 

4 Soullathanda 

5 Jalthanda 

6 Bhukyathanda 

7 Azmeerathanda 

8 Bhukya Venfcataithanda 

9 Koraatikuntathanda 

10 Amudalagaddatbanda 

11 Enekattithanda 

12 Daravaththanda 

13 Ameerjathanda 

14 Man chat handa 

15 Namdathanda 

16 Bagyathanda 

17 Thoplathanda 

18 Devjathanda 

19 Rangapur 



72 



97 



97 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 


Location Code 


No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 




MARIPEDA TALUK 


(Concld-) 








63 Thourur 


1 Dubbathanda 


13 


5 


5 






2 Padmatithanda 










64 Uggampalle 


1 Manechanalkthanda 


51 


108 


108 






2 Devjathanda 












3 Dommadanaikthanda 












4 Maloththanda 










65 Ullepalle 


1 Bhukyathanda 


62 


115 


115 






2 Malothuthaada 












3 Bodathanda 












4 Lunavaththanda 










66 Vanthadpula 


.. 


55 


94 


94 




67 Veeraram 


1 Danthakuntathanda 


61 


114 


114 





68 Velikatta 



69 Vemulapalle 

70 Venkatapuram 

71 Vusampalle 

72 Yellampet 



73 Yerraballigudem 

74 Zaimstanpur 



2 Ooklathanda 

3 Baluthanda 

4 Mansinghthanda 

5 Jeevathanda 

1 Kokyathanda 

2 Tekyathanda 

3 Hizathanda 

4 Lakyathanda 

5 Boguthanda 

1 Dandukonda 

I Kistathanda 



1 Somlathanda 

2 Bfaeemlathanda 

3 Bhotathanda 

4 Manchathanda 

5 Jamlathanda 

6 Chamlathanda 

1 Khasnathanda 

2 Jogathanda 



55 


94 


94 


61 


114 


114 


16 


i 


1 


38 


S7 


87 


18 


77 


77 


50 


113 


113 


52 


107 


107 



4 
2 



14 
12 



14 
12 



MAHBUBABAD TALUK 



I Alair 



1 Hemlathanda 

2 Sondyanaikihanda 

3 Suryanaikthanda 

4 Lalsinghthanda 

5 Bomyanaikthaada 



35 



57 



57 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS ANE 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village Nan 
No. (1981 Census) ifai 

0) (2) 


le of the hamlets Location Code No. 
fiy (1981 Census) f ,-_,_,- 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
<3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



2 Ammapalem 

3 Anantharam 

4 Anmangal 

5 Annaram 

6 Apparajupalle 



7 Ayyagaripalle 

8 Balpal 

9 Bethole 



10 Bheriwada 



11 Boddengonda 



12 Burgupahad 



MAHBUBABA0 TALUK (Contd.) 

1 Seetharam Banjara 81 

2 Banjarathanda 

3 Ahmadnagarbaja 

1 Gandhipuram 45 

2 Ramsinghthanda 

3 Railway Sadak Pakkaindlu 

1 Gundalagaddathanda 37 

2 Balramthanda 

1 Venkyathanda 19 

2 Dharmaramthanda 

3 Cherlathanda / 

1 Jangusipalthanda 10 

2 Chansithanda 

3 JagannathuJagudem 

4 Botikindathanda 

5 Lalthanda 

6 Salithanda 

7 Rajyathanda 

8 Lalyathanda 

9 Samyathanda 

10 Koyaguda 

1 1 Jangathanda 



1 Guttakindathanda 

1 Tavuriathanda 

2 Sarihadduthanda 

3 Bakshathanda 

4 Abulathanda 

5 Bikariyathanda 

6 Razalithanda 

1 Tellabandathanda 

2 Devunigudithanda 

3 Bodamanchthanda 

4 Pilliguadlathanda 

5 Ippachettuthanda 

1 Yerrakuntathanda 

2 Mallannagudem 

3 Gollagudem 

4 Maddulakuntathanda 

5 Muthrasigudem 

6 Torrikuntathanda 

7 Mattuguda 



57 
64 
50 



12 



154 
41 

50 
47 

32 



124 
139 

42 



29 



33 



154 
41 

50 
47 

32 



124 

139 
42 



29 



33 



76 



149 



149 



225 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



"ci Name of the village Name of the hamlets 
* (1981 Census) if any (1981 Census) 


Location Code No. 


Remarks 








NO. 




1981 


1971 


1961 




(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 



13 Chengapuram 



14 Chilkodu 

15 Chintapalle 

16 Dbanasari 

17 Dornakal 



18 Edulapusapalle 



19 Gollacherla 

20 Govindapur 

21 Gudur 

22 Gundrathimadgu 



23 Gurralakunta 

24 lagurthy 



MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 

1 Esaraputhanda 41 

2 Haluthanda 

3 Pathanathanda 

4 Bodathanda 

5 Chaplathanda 

6 Bhoyathanda 

7 Kuramatikuntlathanda 

8 Amiraithanda 

9 Jairamthanda 

1 Banjarathanda 75 

2 Fakeerathanda 

3 Bodjathanda 

1 Kothur 58 

1 Kothur 6 

1 Chiniathanda 80 

2 Raojiyathanda 

3 Bankatsinghthanda 

4 Somlathanda 

5 Rajuthanda 

6 Errejathanda 

7 Takurthanda 

1 Seethalathanda 16 

2 Bancharaithanda 

3 Bichathanda 

4 Lakyathanda 



44 



141 

136 

27 

153 



(F.U.I) (F.U.III) 



45 



1 Peddigudernthancla 

2 Muthyalammabotbutbftnda 

3 Marjiyatbanda 

4 Ramulathanda 

5 Ayyagaripalle * 



44 



141 



136 
27 

153 
(F.U.) 



45 



5 
6 
7 
8 


Tekulathanda 
Regadigudem 
Dargathanda 
Motyathanda 






9 


Eriathanda 






1 


Lachyathanda 


63 140 


140 


1 


Dubbagudem 


9 31 


31 


1 


Yadlgaddathanda 


43 109 


109 


1 


' Peddathanda 


46 131 


131 


2 


Chintathanda 






.3 


Baugarigudem 






4 


Kotbur 






5 


Ban chara ithanda 






1 


Daniathanda 


7B 151 


151 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AN! 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI . Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) <2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 
if anv HP81 /VH^UM _.__. tr , t 


ij. O.L*J \*suj. N^^jjaua/ / > > ^ Axcmancs 
1$81 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) (?) 




MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 


25 Jamandlapalle 


1 Chandrathanda 44 39 39 




2 Muthyalammagudem 


26 Jangligonda 


1 Rotibandathanda 38 52 52 




2 Kevulathanda 


27 Kalwala 


1 Gandhin;'garam 22 24 24 




2 Venkatramthanda 




3 Lakshmithanda 




4 Urgyathanda 


28 Kampalle 


1 Sakramthanda 69 144 144 


29 Kancherlaguda 


61 128 128 


30 Kandikonda 


1 Bheekyathanda 55 123 123 




2 Narasappakuntathanda 




3 Banjarathanda 


31 Kannegondla 


1 Bodasaithanda 73 148 148 




2 Thodellagudem 


32 Kesaraudram 


1 Jamalapuram 4 25 25 




2 Girnithanda 




3 Eeryathanda 




4 Mangyathanda 




5 Kistapuram 




6 Station Kesamudram 


33 Kbambhalpalle 


1 Samudralagudem 14 37 37 




2 Kodipungulagud emthanda 




3 Chinakambalapalle 


34 Kollapuram 


1 Ippalathanda 11 34 34 




2 Kothur 




3 Gangadasibodithanda 




4 Pandavulabotikithurpu- 




thanda 




5 Pandavulabotikupadmati- 




thanda 




6 Gandivaddithanda 




7 Kuntavaddigudem 


35 Komatipalle 


1 Harichandratanda 23 23 23 




2 Lalutanda 




3 Kokyathanda 


36 Korukoadapalle 


1 Magyathanda 2 22 22 


37 Kurvi 


1 Ramchandrapuram 49 127 127 




2 Devilathanda 




3 Seetbaramthanda 




4 Dandumettathanda 


38 Lakshmipur 


1 Hajarithanda 33 53 53 




2 Buchyathanda 




3 Batyathanda 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SL Name of the villa 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


ge Name of the hamlets Location Code No. 


Remarks 
(7) 


1981 
(3) (4) 


1971 
(5) 


1961 
(6) 



39 Laxmipur 



40 Madhapuram 



41 Mahbubabad 



42 Mahmood Patnam 



43 Mallial 



44 Mannegudem 



MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 



Mangyathanda 

Bawandlapalle 

Kunnugudem 

Sapavaththanda 

Ganyathanda 



17 



35 



35 



6 Jillelagudera 

7 Dongathanda 

8 Koyaguda 

9 Tallagudem 

1 Islavaththanda 

2 Toraputhanda 

3 Cheekatichervuthanda 

4 Tejavaththanda 

5 Lavodyathanda 

6 Dharvathsomlathanda 

7 Danjathanda 

1 Salarthanda 

2 Somlathanda 

3 Champalithanda 

4 Pathipaka 



56 



125 



125 



42 43 43 

{F.U.III) (F.U.II) (F,U.) 



1 Bhagyalakshmithanda 3 

2 Vankotothchandru Thanda 

3 Munavath Harichandra 

Thanda 

4 Bodagangulathanda 

5 Vonkdothdarsuthanda 

6 Jyototamansinghthanda 

7 Banoth Ramuluthanda 

8 Ammapur 



25A 



25A 



.1 Cheemalatfaanda 

2 Tekulathanda 

3 Damyathaada 

4 Amadalaramojithanda 

5 Oierlatbanda 

6 Chokulathanda 

7 Haslithaada 

3 Kambalabandatbaoda 

9 Cha^arugudcro 
10 
11 

12 Kobathanda 



51 



126 



126 



Megyatbanda 



70 



145 



Mi 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

CD (2) 


Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) , 

(3) 


Location Code No. 


1981 
(4) 


1971 1961 
(5) (6) (7) 




MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


(Contd.) 




45 Modauthurthy 


1 Tukyathanda 


28 


61 61 




2 Lachyathanda 








3 Vasaramthanda 








4 Laluthanda 








5 Bhojathanda 








6 Ramojithanda 








7 Jinyathanda 






46 Modgulagudem 


.. 


59 


135 135 


47 Mogilicherla 


,. 


48 


129 129 


48 Mudpugal 


I Bajnathanda 


40 


48 48 




2 Bavojeethanda 








3 Venkyathanda 








4 Ayodia 








5 Zoigithanda 






49 Mulkalapalle 


. 


71 


146 146 


50 Mungalvaid 


1 Panthulyathanda 


30 


62 62 


51 Mupparam Khurd 


1 Peddathanda 


24 


58 58 



52 Nadiwada 



53 Nagaram Kbard 



2 Manoreguttathanda 

3 Mukundathanda 

4 Ramojithanda 

5 Tulsithanda 

6 Vadlakuntatbanda 

7 Guddelugulabodithanda 

8 Matmthanda 

9 Venkatithanda 

10 Sundruthanda 

11 Kotyathanda 

12 Cheruvelrnonduthanda 

13 Somalathanda 

14 Pooklathanda 

15 Gopyathanda 

16 Lokyathanda 

17 Lakshmipur 

18 Hamulathanda 

19 Narayanapur 

! Gaddigudemthanda 

2 Gaddigudemthanda 

3 Rangashipet 

1 Meetyathanda 

2 Laluthanda 

3 Ramachandrathanda 



38 



19 



19 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1931 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. 



(1) 



Name of the village 
(1981 Census) 



Name of the hamlets 
if any (1981 Census) 

(3) 



Location Code No, 



1981 
(4) 



1971 
(5) 



1961 
(6) 



Remarks 
(7) 



MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 



54 Nainal 



55 Nallella 



56 Narayanpuram 

57 Narsimlagudem 



58 Nereda 



59 Parvathgiri 



60 Pemigonda 



61 Perraandlasankesa 



1 Peddathanda 

2 Bhukyathanda 

3 Chotrythanda 

4 Sareramthanda 

5 Jaduthanda 

6 Nimmathanda 

7 Jamathanda 

8 Shakyathanda 

9 Shivatalthanda 

10 Parvathammagudem 

1 Surathanda 

2 Gajithanda 

3 Tekulathanda 

4 Bangamkommuthanda 



27 



18 



18 



Nandyathanda 

Chandyathanda 

Sundaruthanda 



1 

2 
3 

4 Dharvathubhimlathanda 

5 Raheembanjara 

6 Babulathanda 

1 Cheruvumunduthanda 

2 Chimalathanda 

3 Bhangyathanda 

4 Nelleboduthanda 

5 Yelkachettuthanda 

6 Raminipatnam 

7 Kakulabotithanda 

8 Megyathanda 

9 Manchiyathanda 

10 Bhalyathanda 

1 1 Rajinipatnam 

12 Babathanda 

13 Masulaniihanda 

1 Somlathat*da 

2 Lakshmathanda 

3 Buruguthanda 

4 Bodaguttathanda 

1 Pesarubandathanda 

2 Devunigudithaiida 

3 Bodamaachitanda 

4 Ippachettuthanda 

5 Pilligondlathanda 

1 Bodraithanda 

2 Seethanagaram 

3 Satyaaagaram 



65 



47 
34 



133 



130 

55 



133 



130 
55 



52 



110 



110 



39 



51 



30 



74 



142 



51 



30 



142 



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LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HAMLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SU Name of the village 
No. (1981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No . ' ' " 
if any (1981 Census) , - - -* t> T 


^ Kemarics 
1981 1971 1961 

< 3 > (4) (5) (6) (7) 




MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 


62 Rajolu 


1 Padampallithanda 62 132 132 




2 Stationthanda 




3 Bandamkommuthanda 




4 Hariathanda 




5 Baluthanda 




6 Goliathanda 




7 Nagulacheruvuf-faanda 




8 Kancharlagudemthanda 




9 Station Gundrathimadugu 


63 Rajulakothapalle 


1 Gopalapur 25 20 20 




2 Ummulathanda 




3 Venkatitanda 




4 Somlathanda 




5 Seetbapuram 


64 Rangapuram 


1 Ramojithanda 21 28 28 




2 Achathanda 




3 Mangyathanda 




4 Singulathanda 




5 Sarvapur 


65 Ravigudem 


72 147 147 


66 Ravirala 






29 60 60 


67 Reddial 


1 Somlathanda 13 35 35 




2 Tekulagudem 




3 Venkatreddypalem 




4 Kothareddiyala 




5 Kolguntithanda 




6 Gumyendlagudem 




7 Dullagaddathanda 




8 Kothaguda 




9 Mogullaguda 


68 Seerole 


1 Sakramthanda 68 143 143 




2 Bichiathanda 


69 Singaram 


I Venkatganithanda 32 54 54 




2 Islavathulachathanda 




3 Banothudevelathanda 




4 Banothubikyathanda 


70 SreeRamgiri 


1 Koshyathanda 31 59 59 




2 Peekanathanda 




3 Pantfculyathanda 


71 Sudanpalle 


1 Bhakyathanda 54 122 122 




2 Bodathanda 




3 Jatothuthanda 


72 Tallaposapalle 


1 Sarvaparamtanda 20 49 49 




2 Pedamoritanda 


73 Tailasankusa 


1 Bancharaitanda ^6 117 ^7 



231 



LIST OF VILLAGES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT TOGETHER WITH THEIR HANfLETS AS IN 1981 CENSUS AND 
LOCATION CODE NUMBERS FROM 1961 TO 1981 CENSUSES 



SI. Name of the village 
No. 0981 Census) 

(1) (2) 


Name of the hamlets Location Code No . 

if ftn" ( 181 Cn"U CT ) . - . . . i ^ . Remarks 


1981 1971 1961 
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 




MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Concld.) 


74 Thathupalle 


1 Bhakyachandiatbanda 53 111 111 




2 Yesaramthanda 




3 Thouryathanda 


75 Thirmalapuram 


60 134 134 


76 Upparapalle 


5 26 26 


77 Uppergudem 


67 138 138 


78 Uyyalawada 


1 Chaplathanda 79 152 152 




2 Tekulathanda 


79 Vavilala 


1 Madduthanda 36 56 56 




2 Samyathanda 




3 Hemlathanda 




4 Mangtyathanda 




5 Rajyathanda 




6 Botimeedhithanda 




7 Kondengulabotithanda 


80 Vemnoor 


1 Eslavaththanda 18 46 46 




2 Banothusakiriyathanda 




3 Gugulothuratiyathanda 




4 Bodelaliyathanda 




5 Sanothyenamangtiya- 




thanda 




6 Bodabhojyathanda 




7 Bamothjetramthanda 




8 Gugulothujamlathanda 




9 Banothutulehyatbanda 




10 Banothupedda 




Chandriyathanda 




11 Banothurajyathanda 




12 Angothulatyathanda 




13 Bodanarsaithanda 




14 Banothmangatbajida 




15 Bodadadyathanda 




16 Bodasatfaiyathanda 





17 Guglotbmutyathanda 




18 Bhakyabadiathanda 




19 Narsimlagudetn 




20 Istavathsaniyathanda 




21 Banotfabayyathanda 



Yennaram 



1 Mangapuram 

2 Lakavatfetfeoda 

3 Gannuthaoda 

4 Battuveeraithaiida 

5 RamakuDtatbanda 



77 



150 



ISO 



SECTION II Town Direetory 



SECTION II 



TOWN DIRECTORY 



Codes used in the seven statements are 
explained in detail and the expressions for the 
abbreviations used in Statements are briefly explain- 
ed herein. Statement I has been compiled in this 
Office and Statements II to VI by obtaining the 
data from local authorities having administrative 
control over the towns. 

In the Statement I CoL 2 to denote the civic 
status of town the codes used are : 

Municipal Corporation/ 

Corporation M. Corp. 

Municipality M 

Cantonment Board/ 

Cantonment CB 

Notified Area/Notified 

Area Committee/Notified 

Committee NAC 

Gram Panchayat/Village 

Panchayat P 

In Statement IV CoL 6 to differentiate cate- 
gory of road the following abbreviations are used. 

Pucca road PR 

Kuccha road KR 

Under Col. 7 to specify the system of 
sewerage the codes given are : 



Sewer 

Open surface drains 
Box surface drains 
Sylk drains 
Cesspool method 
Pit System 



S 

OSD 

BSD 

SD 

CD 

Pt 



In Col. 11 the various prevalent methods of 
disposal of night soil are given with the following 
codes. 



Head loads 
Baskets 

Wheel barrows 
Septic tank latrines 
Sewerage 



HL 

B 

WB 

ST 

S 



Under Cols. 12 & 13, the codes used to state 
the source of supply and system of storage of pro- 
tected water supply are as follows; 

Overhead tank OHT 

Service reservoir SR 

River infiltration gallery IG 

Borewell pumping system BWP 

Pressure tank PT 
Tubewell Water/ 

Hand pump TW 

Tap Water T 

Well Water W 

Tank Water TK 

The first five codes relate to the system of 
storage of water in the town and the remaining 
four codes represent the different sources of water 
supply to the inhabitants of a town. 

In Statement V under Col. 4 to indicate the 
type of medical facility available to the citizens, 
the following codes are used. 



Hospital 

Dispensary 

Health Centre 

Family Planning Centre 

T.B. Clinic 

Nursing Home 

Others 



H 

D 

HC 

FC 

TB 

NH 

O 



If there are more than one institutions of 
any type f the number of such institutions is noted 
within brackets eg : D (2); NH (7) etc. 

To distinguish the medical institutions as 
Allopathic or Ayurvedic or Unani or Homoeo- 
pathic the following additional codes are used. 
Ayurvedic A 

Unaai D 

Homoeopathic Horn . 

In case of allopathic no separate code is 
used. The information oa medical facilities is 
presented horizontally in the same line as 
ted below : 

H (A-U). D (H0m.-2, 



234 



Here H(A-1, 2), represents one ayurvedic and 
2 allopathic hospitals and D (Hom.-2, U-l) repre- 
sents 2 homoeopathic and 1 unani dispensaries. 

The Codes used for the Col. 6 are as follows: 

Arts only A 

Science only S 

Arts and Science only AS 

Commerce only C 

Arts and Commerce only AC 
Arts, Science and 

Commerce ASC 

Law L 

If there are more than one institutions of 
each type the number is given against each in 
brackets. 

Under Col. 10 the following codes are used 
to specify the recognised short-hand, typewriting 
and other vocational training institutions. If there 
are more than one institution of each type the 
number is given against each in brackets. 
Short-hand SH 

Typewriting Type 



Shorthand & Typewriting Sh. Type 

Others O 

The vocational institutions like Applied Art/ 
Painting College, Pharmacy College, B.Ed. College, 
Teacher's Training institutes, Music / Dancing 
School, Nursing School, etc., are covered under 
"Others." 

Schools upto class IV are treated as Primary 
or Elementary Schools. These include Nursery 
Schools, Kinder Garten Schools, Pre-basic Schools, 
Pre-primary School. Schools upto Class VIII are 
treated as Junior Secondary or Middle School. 
Schools upto Class X are treated as Matriculation 
or Secondary Schools. Schools or Colleges upto 
Class XI or XII are considered in the Group 
of Higher Secondary /Interniediate/Pre-University/ 
Junior College, etc. 

Under Col. 20 the abbreviations given are as 
follows : 

Public Library PL 

Reading Room 



TOWN DIRECTORY STATEMENTS 



236 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 

STATUS 



No. of house- 
holds including 

SI. Class Name & Civic L.C. Name of Taluk Area (in houseless house- , 

No. administration No. Sq. kms.) holds (in 1981 1901 

status of Town Census) 



POPULATION & GROWTH RATE 

1911 1921 1931 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) (8) 



(9) 



(10) 



1 IV Dornakal (P) 



Mahbubabad 10-36 



2803 



2 III Jangaon(M) 



II Jangaon 



5.18 



4,815 



3 III Mahbubabad (P) III Mahbubabad 17.61 



4,064 



5824 



4 I Warangal(M) 



IV War angaM Urban) 54.98 



62,311 10>487 48,342 46,791 62,119 
(360.97) (-3-21) (32-76), 











TOWN 

STATEMENT 
PHYSICAL 






PHYSICAL ASPECTS 




NAME OF 






Temperature (in 
Centigrade) 


State 
Headquarters 


District 
Headquarters 


No. 


Name of Town 


(in mm.) Maximum Minimum 


HYDERABAD 


WARANGAL 


(1) 


(2) 


<3> (4) (5) 


(6) 


(7) 


1 IV 


Dornakal 


1*038.0 38.9 27.2 


Hyderabad 
240 


Warangal 
90 


2 III 


Jangaon 


764.8* 38.9 27<2 


92 


54 


3 HI 


Mahbubabad 


bOSB.O 38-9 27-2 


190 


50 


4 I 


Warangal 


924.0 38.9 272 


141 


CO) 



* II years average of Rainfall 



237 



DIRECTORY 

I 

AND GROWTH HISTORY 



OF THE TOWN 


AT THE CENSU 


s E s OF Density 


Sex Ratio 


SI. 

No. 


1941 1951 


1961 1971 


(1981 
1981 Census) 


1961 1971 1981 
Census Census Census 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) 


(15) (16) 


(17) (18) (19) 


(1) 


6, 53 9,260 11,433 
(39.19) (23-47) 

7306 11,259 11,927 16,866 
(60.02) (5.93) (41-41) 

7,463 11,568 13,248 15,430 
(28.14) (55.00) (14.52) (16-47) 

92,808 133,130 156,106 207,520 
(49.40) (43.45) (17*26) (32.94) 

DIRECTORY 
II 

ASPECTS AND LOCATION OF TOWNS, 1979 


14,558 1,405 
(27.33) 

25,112 4,848 
(48.89) 

21,654 1,230 
(40.34) 

335,150 61 096 
(61.50) 


925 932 944 
930 949 924 
913 940 926 
929 932 935 


1 
2 
3 

4 


AND ROAD DISTANCE (IN KmS.) FROM 


Sub-division/Taluk 


Nearest city with 
population of one 
lakh and more 


Railway Station 


Navigable river; 
canal (If within 
Bus Route lOKms.) 


SI. 

No. 


) 


(9) 


(10) 


(H) (12) 


CD 


Mahbubabad/Mahbubabad 
(50) (50) 

Warasgal/Jangaon 
(54) (0) 

Mthbubabad/Mahbubabad 
<0> (0) 

Wtttngal/Warangal <U) 
<0) (0) 


Warangal 
(90) 

Warangal 
(54) 

Waranga! 
(50) 

Hyderabad 
(141) 


Dornakal 
<Q) 

Jangaon 
CO) 

Mahbubabad 
(0) 

Warangal 
(0) 


Dornafcal 
CO) 

Jangaon 
(0) 

Mafabubabad 
<0) 

Waraagal 

(0) 


1 
2 
3 
4 



238 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 
MUNICIPAL 







RECEIPT 


(In Rs. '00) 






Revenue deri- 








ved from Muni- 








Civic admini- cipal properties 




SI. 

No 


Class and Name of Town 


stration Receipt and power Government 
status through apart from grant 
(In 1980) taxes, etc. taxation 


Loan Advance 


U) 


(2) 


(3) (4) (5) (6) 


<?) (8) 


1 


IV Dornakal 


P 476 96 126 


m t 


2 


III Jangaon 


M 5,263 2,327 1,270 


* 


3 


III Mahbubabad 


P 2,307 438 458 


66 


4 


I Warangal 


M 78422 14*839 38,843 44, 


500 9.968 








TOWN 








STATEMENT 








CIVIC AND 


t 




Number of Latrines 


SI. 

No, 


Civic ad- 
Class and Name ministra- 
ofTown tion Sta- 


Scheduled Sv^tpm -...._,. 


^^ 


Caste and Road of Water 
Population Scheduled length Sewer- borne 


Service Others 




tus (In- 


Tribe po- (in Kms.) age 






1980) 


pulation 




(1) 


(2) 0) 


< 4 > < 5 > (6) (7) (8) 


(9) (10) 


1 


IV Dornafcal p 


14*558 5*033 PR: 0.25 S,OSD 150 


800 






KR: 7.75 


i 


2 


IH Jangaon M 


25>I12 3,118 PR: 32.53 S,QSD 421 


1,560 522 






KR: 13.00 




3 


III Hahbsfcabad P 


21,654 4,323 PR; 6-00 S,OSD 50 


1,030 






KR: 10.00 




4 


I Warangal M 


335*150 48*156 129-82 S*QSD 4,635 


2Q9Q2 



239 



DIRECTORY 

HI 

FINANCE, 1978-79 



EXPENDITURE (In Rs. ,00) 


Other 
sources 
(specify) 


Total 
Receipts 


General 
Adminis- Public 
tration safety 


Public Total 
health and Public Public Others Expen- SK 
conveniences works Institutions (specify) diture No. 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) (12) 


(13) (14) (15) (16) (I?) (D 


117 815 
8*860 
2i593 5*862 
10*088 196*660 

DIRECTORY 

IV 
OTHER AMENITIES, 


255 
1*323 1*805 
582 2,926 
14*055 52*817 

1979 


182 226 ., 54 717 1 
1*711 2*515 .. 1*189 8' 543 2 
708 600 ..301 5*117 3 
29*994 27*362 1*553 58*093 183*874 4 


Protected water supply 


Electrification (Number of Connections) 


Method of 
disposal 
of night 
soil 


Souree 
of 
supply 


System of 
storage with 
Capacity (in 1000 
Litres) 


Fire Domestic Indus- Comnier- Koad Others 
fighting trial cial Lighting 
service tPomts) ^ 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) (15) (16) (17) U8) 09) C 


E 
HLWB 
8 


T 
TK 
W 


1G (200) 
BWP (900) 
BWP (114) 


Khammam 650 11 & 10 " * 

(40 Kms) 

Warangal 1,254 64 650 451 195 * 
(54 Km$) 

Warangal $35 55 640 270 4d 3 

(50Kms) 



B,S 



SR (14*100) 



Yes 



18*624 600 4t956 



47 4 



240 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 
CIVIC AND OTHER 



SI. 

No. 


Class and Name 
of Town 


Area of Slum 
Name of Slum (In Sq. Kms.) 


Population 
of Slum 


Paved Roads 
(In Kms.) 


System of 
Sewerage 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) (4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


1 


I Warangal 











TOWN 

STATEMENT 
MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, RECREATIONAL 



MEDICAL FACILITIES 


E D U 


C A 


T I 


N A L 


Beds in 
Hospitals/ Medical 
Dispensa- Institutions 
SI. Class and Name Population ries/T.B. noted in 
No. of Town clinics etc. Col. No.4 


Arts/Science/ 
Commerce 
Colleges (of 
degree level 
and above) 


Medical 
Colleges 


Enginee- 
ring 
Colleges 


Poly- 
technics 


CI) (2) (3) (4) (5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


1 IV Dornakal 1,4588 H (2) 24 


Khammam 
(40) 


Warangal 
(90) 


Warangal 
(90) 


Warangal 
(90) 


2 III Jangaon 25,112 H (A-M) 75 
D (15) 
tO(l) 


AS(1) 


Warangal 

(54) 


Warangal 
(54) 


Warangal 
(54) 


3 III Mahbubabad 21,654 H (1) 40 
TB (1) 
D (10) 20 


Warangal 
(50) 


Warangal 
(50) 


Warangal 
(50) 


Warangal 
(50) 


4 I Warangal 335,150 H (A-l, 875 
U-1,4) 


ASC 1 


2 


1 


1 


TB <1) 60 
ft OH (2) 121 


AS 3 
AC 4 









tO- Leprosy Hospital ft OM MCW 2 



241 



DIRECTORY 

IV A 

AMENITIES IN NOTIFIED SLUMS, 1979 



Number of Latrines 
Private 



No. of tap points/ Electrification (Number of connections) 

^ public hydrants , 

Method of installed for Road 

, <- Com- disposal of supply of protec- Lighting SI. 

Water borne Service Others munity night soil ted water Domestic (points) Others No. 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



02} 



(13) 



(14) 



(15) 



(16) 



DIRECTORY 

V 

AND CULTURAL FACILITIES IN TOWNS, 1979 




RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL FACILITIES 



Recognised Adult Number of 

Shorthand, Higher Literacy working Public 

Typewriting secondary/ Secon- Junior Classes/ Women *s Auditoria/ Libraries 

and Voca- Inter/ dary/ Secondary Centres, hostels with Drama/ including 

tional train- Junior Matricu- & Middle Primary Others number of Commu- Reading SI. 

ing Institutes College lation Schools Schools (specify) seats Stadia Cinema nity Halls Rooms No. 



(10) (11) 


(12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) 


(1) 


Khammam 1 


2 4 4 ...... 1 1 PL:1 


1 


(40) 






Type: 1 1 


5 5 9 ...... 2 .. PL:i 


2 


SH: 1 


RR:1 




Type : 3 1 


2 4 6 ...... 3 .. PL:1 


3 


SH; 1 






Type ; 21 10 


48 77 85 .... 1 15 5 PL# 


4 


SH: 5 






t : 3 







t O I.T.I. (i) Technical High School (i> Vocational Institution. 



242 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 
TRADE, COMMERCE, 



SI. 
No. 



Name of three most important commodities imported 



Name of three most important 



Class and 
Name of Town 



1st 



2nd 



3rd 



1st 



2nd 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



1 IV 

2 III 

3 III 

4 I 



Dornakal 
Jangaon 
Mahbubabad 
Warangal 



Fertilizers 
Sugar 
Sugar 
Wheat 



Sugar 
Wheat 
Jaggery 
Hides & Skins 



Oils 
Onions 
Oils 
Oils 



Rice 
Rice 

Rice 
Chillies 



Pulses 
Jowar 

Pulses 

Cotton 
Textiles 



243 
DIRECTORY 

VI 

INDUSTRY AND BANKING, 1979 



commodities exported Name of three most important commodities manufactured 


Number 
of 
Banks 


Number of 
agricultu- 
ral credit 
societies 


Number of 
non-agricul- 
tural credit SL 
societies No, 


3rd 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


CD 


Chillies 


Rice 


Chillies 


Groundnuts 


1 


1 


1 


I 


Groundnut Oil 


Groundnut Oil 


Rice 


* 


4 


60 


8 


2 


Chillies 


Paddy 


Chillies 


Bajra 


4 


1 


5 


3 


Pulses 


Aluminium 
Utensils 


Mosaic tiles 


Leather 
Tanning 


24 


106 


74 


4 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 
CHITIYAL TALUK 



19S1 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

37 Akenpalle 

32 Ankushapur (Siwar 

Somanpalle) 

59 Azamnagar 

57 Bhimghanpur 

51 Bhoopalpalle 

15 Bornepalle 

55 Budharam 

64 Byakkapet 

12 Chainpak 

45 Challagarege 

54 Chiknepalle 

29 Cfaitiyal 

61 Dikshakunta 
9 Dhoothpalle 

36 Dubbiyal 

62 Dudekulapalle 

14 Garmillapalle 

4 Giddemutbaram 

25 Gopalapur 

8 Gorlavedu 

48 Gudadupalle 
20 Gummadvelli 

24 Jadalpet 

50 Jangedu 

44 Jookal 

23 Kailapur 

2 Kalikota 

3 Kalvapalle 
52 Kamalapur 

49 Kompalle 
47 Kothapalle 

(Simthatnannem) 

19 Ktradanpalle 

41 Kurkishal 



19S1 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 



46 Madthapalle 

43 Mogullapalle 

27 Muchinparthi 

42 Mulkalpalle 

58 Nagaram 

60 Nandlgama 

30 Nawabpet 
6 Neradpalle 

Patti Mahadevpur 

11 Ninepaka 

56 Pambapurarn 

63 Pandipampula 

22 Pangadpalle 

38 Parlapalie 

39 Pedda Komatpalle 
26 Pongandla 

40 Pothgal 

13 Raghavapur 

35 Raghavreddipet 

33 Ramkishtapur 

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34 Tekumatla 
28 Tbi rinal a pur 

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17 Veliaraptllc (Bcjigir) 
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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

PARKAL TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No- 

(1) (2) 

I Ankushapur 

Siwar Pidsilla 

7 Bhagirthipet 

30 Chennapur 
23 Cherlapalle 
41 Choutparthi 

29 Dammannapet 

44 Dbarmaram 

47 Ghatlakaniparthi 

16 Gudipahad 

18 Gundlakurtbi 

64 Hanz Buzurg 

59 Hussainpalle 

15 Issipet 

31 Jaggaiahpet 

34 Jatnshedbegpalle 

50 Kamareddipalle 
12 Kanaparthi 

43 Kantatmakur 

63 Katakshapur 

53 Katrepalle 

49 Kodepak (Kalan) 

35 Kodepak (Klrord) 
6 Kodvatancha 

33 Konaraopet 

51 Koppul 

52 Kothapalle (Gori) 

45 Kowkonda 

4 Lakshmipuram 

II Lingal 

37 Madbaram 

27 Malkapet 

2 Medaramatla 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

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20 
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55 



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Motlapalle 

Muddunoor 

Mushtyalapalle 

Mylaram 



40 Nadikuda 
13 Nagaram 
22 Narlapur 
66 Neerufculla 
62 Neradupalle 

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28 


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36 


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17 


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48 


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65 


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25 


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61 


Pyaihipak 


26 


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38 


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8 


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3 


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10 


Regonda 


5 


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46 


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58 


Shayampet 


60 


Singaram (Katacbpur) 



57 Smgararn ( Kothaghat ) 

32 Sultanapur 

56 Taharupur 

9 Thirmalgiri 

24 Varitole 

54 Vasanthapur 

39 Vellampalle 

Patti Chaodngir 

21 Vemulapallc 

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MULUG TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

20 Abbapuram 

4 Adavi Rangapuram 

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44 Annampalle 

5 Bandalapahad 
22 Bandarupalle 

40 Bollepalle 
18 Budharam 

15 Burrakayalagudem 
52 Bussapuram 

41 Chalvai 
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Govindaraopeta 

Gowraram 

Incherla 



47 Jaggannapeta 
21 Jakaram 



Kannaiguda 

Kannaigudem 

Karkapalle 

Karlapalle 

Kasimdevipeta 

Kavitla 

Kondapuram 

Kothur 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 



39 Lakhnavaram 
7 Laxmidevipeta 



25 


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46 


Madanpalle 


17 


Mailaram 


38 


Medarmula 


30 


Mettupahad 


31 


Nfetlagudem 


45 


Mulug ^ 


32 


Muthapuam 


9 


Nallagunta 


19 


Narsapuram 


10 


Palampeta 


34 


Pasra 


29 


Pasranagaram 


48 


Pathipalie 


3 


Peddapur 


50 


Pegadapalle 


36 


Raghavapatnam 


8 


Ramanathapallc 


11 


Ramanujapuram 


35 


Rampuram 


27 


Rangapuram 




Patti Chalvai 


51 


Sarvapuram 


13 


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6 


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ETURNAGARAM TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

55 Adharvai 

106 Akinepalle Mallaram 

40 Akulavari Ghanpur 
76 Algupalle 

33 Allamvari Bhanpur 
151 AIHgudam 

5 Andukpalle 
119 Ankampalle 
164 Ankannagudem 

132 Annarain 

30 Banajibandam 

157 Bandal 

108 Bandarugudem 

14? Banjar Yellapur 

99 Barlaguda 

H4 Beerelli 

162 Bhittupalle 

2 Bhupatipuram 
131 Bhupatipuram 

69 Bodigudem 

150 Bollepdlle 

Patti Lingal 

107 BrahmanapaJle 

56 Buduguvanipahad 
37 Butaram 

16 Buttaigudem 

29 Chalbak 

92 Cheerupalle (Kothapet) 

142 Chennapuram 

75 Chinaboinapalle 

85 Chinna Venkatapuram 

74 Chintagudam 

Patti Ekkala Duvvur 

21 Chintagudem 

Patti Gurrevula 

155 Chintalkatapur 

87 Chirragudam 

19 Chittial 

146 Chouled 

96 Chunchupalle 

127 Damervai 

65 Dammakkapalle 

6 Devdumla 
43 Dodla 

110 Domed 11 

51 Durgaram 

41 Ekkala 
62 Elbak 

81 EHapuram 
23 Ettur 

39 Eturnagaram 

133 Gangaram 

Patti Annaram 

3 Gangaram 

Patti Gurrevula 

II Gangugudem 

82 Gogupalle 
103 Gollagudam 

32 Gondangavai 

66 Gonepalle 
138 Gopaigudam 
123 Gowraram 

Patti Annaram 

14 Gurrevula 

136 Immadigtidem 

48 lyapur 



19S1 

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Name d Vi'Lge 



57 Jampangavai 

50 Kalvapalle 

71 Kamaram Paiti Tadval 

117 Karriardm 

Patti Annaram 

88 KamalLpurara 

112 Kamsetligudam 

13 Kanaygudem 

Patti Garrevula 

54 Kanneboin,,palle 

24 Kanthanpalle 

128 Katapuram 

125 Katnarasapuram 

105 Kattigudam 

122 KeshiiVapur 

140 Kishtapuram 

91 Komatpalle 

45 Kondai 

1 53 Kondaiguda 

144 Kondalanagaram 

68 Kondaparthy 

46 Kondred 

47 Koratpalle 
42 Kothagudem 

Patti Ekkalaguvam 

160 Kothagudem 

Patti Lingal 
9 Kothur 

Patti Gurrevula 
49 Kottur Patti Pangydi 
120 Kowsettivai 
80 Koyagudem 

109 Ladakgudam 
158 Lawal 
7 Laxmipuram 

Patti Gurrevula 
134 Laxmipuram 

Patti Annaram 

154 Lingal 

86 Lingapuram 

161 Madharam 
17 Maikapalle 
95 Mallur 

44 Malya! 

38 Manaspalle 

89 Mangapet (Podmur) 

70 Maredigudem 

28 Maredipaka 

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77 Medaram 

Patti Eturnagaram 
58 Medaram 

Patti Chalvai 
52 Medaram 

Sammakajatra 
148 Motlagudcm 

Patti Lingal 
26 Muliykatta 
15 Muppanpalle 

124 Narasapuram 

Patti Anna ram 
97 Narasimliasagaram 
61 Narlapurarn 
93 Narsapur ( Mangapet ) 
152 Narsapuram 
Patti Lingal 
115 Nimmagudam 

269 



Location 


Name ct Village 


Code No, 




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2' 


67 


Nimmakayalaaagaram 


53 


Oorettam 


18 


Padigapuram 




Paul Gurrevula 


59 


Pddigapuram 




Paul Pangdi 


139 


Padigapuram 




Patti Annaram 


326 


Pambapurarn 


79 


Pjipkapur 


12 


Parad 


84 


Peda Venkatapuram 


149 


Pochapur 


98 


Poreddipalle 


35 


Raigudem 


8 


Raj an nap ct 


104 


Rajupet 


100 


Ramachandrunipet 


102 


Ramanakkapet 


78 


Ramunmjgudam 


137 


Patti Eturnagaram 
Ramannagudem 




Patti Annaram 


25 


Rampur (Agraharam) 


121 


Rampur 




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10 


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Patti Gurrevula 


163 


Ranbandala 


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34 


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20 


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135 


Sat t a ram 


72 


Shahpalle 


27 


Shankarajpullc 


22 


Singaram 




Patti Gurrevula 


130 


Singaram 




Patu Annaram 


S3 


Sivapuram 


145 


Somaigudam 


141 


Tadvai 


60 


Takkaiagudem 


73 


Theegalvai 


94 


Thimarnpct 


147 


Timmanaogu 


90 


Tondial Laxmipur 


4 


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129 


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156 


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113 


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63 


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101 


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159 


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36 


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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

GUDUR TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

<D (2) 

93 Adivararnpet 
85 Ainepalle 
16 Ankannaguda 

111 Arapanpalle 
9 Asurvelli 

104 Ayodhyapur 

78 Bakkachintalapad 
75 Bathulapalle 
70 Bavurgonda 
72 Bhupalpatnam 
92 Bhupathipet 
106 Bollepalle 
49 Bothawaniguda 
84 Budhraopet 

82 Chinna Yellapur 
67 Chintaguda 

12 Dabirpet 
114 Dameravancha 
42 Devavaram 
90 Dharmaraopet 

48 Doravari Vempalle 

21 Dubbaguda 

51 Durgaram 

35 Enchaguda 

76 Eswaraguda 

103 Gajulagattu 

71 Gaugaram 

117 Gopalpur 

3 Govindapur 

54 Govindapuram 

105 Gudur 

32 Gundam 

101 Gundenaga 

7 Gundlapabad 

52 Gundrepalle 
81 Gunjed 

109 Intikanne 

23 Ippala Pegadapur 

124 Irkulakunta 

11 Itikalpalle 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(i) '2) 

30 Jalbanda 
46 Jangalpalle 
62 Jangalpalle 

24 Jangamwariguda 

22 Kamaram 
2 Kannaraopet 
123 KarJai 

43 Karnegandi 

66 Katrenam 

HO Katrepalle 

95 Keshwapatnam 

31 Kfaanapur 
79 Kistapur 

126 Kodisalmitta 

69 Koraatlaguda 

15 Konapur 

13 Kondapur 

121 Kongaragidda 

59 Kothagudem 

60 Kothapalle 
89 Kothoor 

25 Kundanpalle 

115 Macherla 

73 Madigudem 

102 Madnapur 

45 Mahadevuniguda 

20 Mamidigudem 

53 Manchanpalle 

83 Mangalwarpet 

44 Marriguda 

98 Matveeraram 

120 Matwada 

10 Medapalie 

57 Mokkallapalle 
34 Murraiguda 
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NARASAMPET TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No 

<1> (2) 

40 Adivi Rangapur 

44 Akkalched 

62 Alamkhanipet 

48 Ameenabad 

59 Appalaraopet 
19 Arshanpalle 

23 Banajipet 

66 Bollikonda 

1 Brahmanpalle 

68 Burgamadla 

36 Chalpartbi 

52 Cbandrugonda 

46 Cbennaraopet 

60 Chinna Korpolu 

49 Deeksbakunta 

6 Duggondi 

67 Gotlakonda 
56 Gundrepalle 

41 Gurjal 

3 Kama ram 
24 Karnmepalle 

5 Keswapur 

47 Khali i 

43 Konapuram 

38 Laknepalle 

4 Laxraipur 

15 Lenkalapalle 

54 Lingagiri 

42 Lingapur 

27 Madannapet 

34 Madira 

39 Madiramandapalle 
33 Maheswaram 

45 Makdumpuram 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

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14 Mallarapalle 

37 Mandapalle 

25 Mobammadpur 

20 Muchimpula 
51 Mudigonda 

28 Muthojipet 

10 Nachincpalle 

21 Nallaballe 
16 Nandigaon 

22 Narakkapet 
32 Narasampet 

57 Nekkonda 

53 Panikera 

31 Paspunoor 

58 Patbipaka 

61 Pedda Korpolu 

2 Penchikalpet 

8 Ponakal 

29 Rajpet 

9 Ramacbandrapuram 
35 Ramavaram 

18 Rangapuram 

7 Reballe 

64 Rcdlawada 
12 Rckampalle 
17 Relakunta 

30 Sarvapur (Dwarakpet) 
5$ Surpalle 

26 Timmanipet 

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65 Topanpallc 

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WARAKGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



1981 

Location 

Code No. 

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Madikonda 
Mat wad a 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

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16 Ramannapet 

14 Raugashaipet 

15 Shaimpet 

2 Somidi 

13 Thimmapur (Haveli) 

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1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

CD (2) 

34 Agrampahad 

49 Anantharam 

I Ananthsagar 

9 Arvapalle 

17 Atmakur 

24 Bheemaram 

38 Bodduchintapalle 

25 Chintaghat 
56 Chintalapalle 

18 Choudlapalle 

31 Damera 

26 Devannapet 

44 Dharmaram 

45 Dubakunta 

62 Elguni (Ranganpet) 

36 Elfcurty (Haveli) 

42 Enmamula 



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5 Hasanparthi 

2 Jaigiri 

11 Kogilvai 

50 Kommala 

16 Kothaghat 

40 Kothapet 

3 Laknavaram 
28 Ledalla 

52 Macbapur 

15 Malakpet 

64 Mallampalle 

10 Maliareddypalle 

37 Mangonda 

39 Mogiiicberla 



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58 Mondrai 

23 Mucberla 

61 Mummadlva^am 

33 Mustialpallc 



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53 


Ookal 


19 


Oorgonda 


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Paidpalie 


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Pallurguda 


35 


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Pcmbarty 


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43 


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47 Vancbanagiri 

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30 Wanfmpahad 

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GHANPUR TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

O) (2) 

57 Aliabad 

49 Chagal 

32 Chilupur 

30 Chinna Pendyala 



4 
28 



41 
37 
14 



Devnur 
Dharmapuram 



8 Dharmasagar 
34 Fathepur 



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Ghanpur 

Gundalasagar 



11 Janakipur 

44 Konaichalam 

16 Kondapur 

50 Kothapalle (Medikonda) 



33 
40 
10 


Krishuajigude 
Kunuru 
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18 


Lingampalle 


6 
24 
19 
12 
51 
3 


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Malakapalle 
Malkapur 
Mallikudurla 
Medikonda 
Mupparam 


2 
29 
47 


Narayanagiri 
Nasikal 
Nemiligonda 



62 Obalapur 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 



38 Pamnur 

22 Pcdda Pend\a!a 
15 Peechera 

36 Puflagutta 

52 Raghavapur 

27 Raghunathapailc 

31 Rajavaram 

23 Rampur 

43 Sagaram 

60 Shapalle 
48 Sivunipalle 

5 Somdevarapalle 

17 Sripathipallc 

13 Sudeshpailc 

59 Suraram 

45 Tammadapalle 

54 Tandarpalle 
21 Tatikayala 
35 Tatikonda 

61 Thamniadapalle (Gudur) 

55 Teegram 
42 Tidugu 

46 Timmampet 

58 Timmapur CChitur) 

7 Uoikicherla 

39 Uppugal 

25 Vanamalakanaparthy 
1 Velair 

20 Venkatadripet 

26 Venkatapuram (Chitur) 

53 Vishwanathpur 

9 Yelkurthy Dharmasagar 

56 Zafargadha 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF VILLAGES 

CHER1YAL TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

U> (2) 

36 Abdulnagaram 

53 Ainapur 

33 Akkerajapalle 

17 Aknour 

70 Alimpur 

43 Ammapur 

11 Ankushapuram 
4 Arjunapalle 

77 Bachannapet 

16 Bairanpalle 

72 Bamdanagaram 

76 Basireddipalle 

9 Befckal 

41 Bommakur 

12 Bonthaghatnagaram 

50 Chenchamkota 

25 Cheriyal 

79 Chinna Ramancherla 

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46 

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63 Dubbaguntapalle 

28 Gagilapur 

37 Gandiramvaram 

67 Gangapuram 

21 Gowraipalle 
55 Gurvnnapet 

40 Hanmanthpur 

69 Itakalpalle 

5 Jalapalle 

51 Kadavergu 

3 Kamlaipalle 

71 Katkoor 

73 Kesireddipalle 

23 Kistampet 

75 Kodvatur 

22 Komaravelle 
10 Kondapur 

64 Konne 
15 KootigaJ 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
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68 Ramachandrapurara 

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29 Rcbarthy 

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59 Saivapur 

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54 Tapasapalle 

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JANGAON TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
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Chowdaram 



26 Chowdarpalle 

32 Eswanthapur 

18 Fatheshapur 

37 Gabbetta 

20 Gangupahad 

1 Goprajpalle 

9 Govardhanagiri 

54 Gumadavalli 

17 Ibrahimpuram 

1 1 Ippagudem 

29 Jangaon 

55 Jedikal 

46 Kallem 

36 Kalvalapalle 

13 Kanchanpalle 
41 Karma ipalle 

7 Khileshapuram 

38 Koduru 

14 Komandla 
52 Kothapalle 
40 Kundaram 
10 Kurachapalle 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
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49 L. Ghanpur 

16 Madharam 

19 Marigadi 

6 M>kaihat 



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24 Oblakeshavapur 

23 Pasarmadla 

25 Peda Ramancheria 

2 Peddapahad 
45 Pembarthy 

34 Raghunatbapalle 

12 Samudrala 

22 Shamir pet 

27 Siddenki 

4$ Siriporam 

50 Vaddicherla 

21 Vadlakonda 

15 Veldi 

3 Venkriya 

53 Wanaparthy 



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1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

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27 Authapuram 

9 Ayyagaripalle 

5 Bommera 

35 Channur 

13 Chowdur 

22 Dardepalle 

39 Devaruppala 

37 Dharmapuram 

32 Edunuthula 

31 Gantlakunta 

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2 Iravennu 

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46 Kodakondla 
12 Kolkonda 

6 Kondapuram 
1 Kothalabad 

49 Kurpalle 

43 Lakshmakkapalle 

8 Lakshminarayanapuram 

19 Madhapuram 

18 Madur Kalan 

14 Madur Khurd 

36 Mailaram 



1981 

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Code No. 

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24 Mallampalle 
34 Manchippula 

41 Manpahad 

42 Mondrai 
33 Muthram 

28 Nancharimodur 

47 Narasingapuram 

16 Nirmala 

45 Pakala 

7 Palakhurthy 

29 Peddavangara 

30 Pochampalle 
51 Pocharam 

17 Rama rajpa lie 
44 Ramavaram 

48 Rangapuram 
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15 Singarajpalle 

21 Teegaram 

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10 Thorrur 

23 Valmadi 

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WARDHANNAPET TALUK 



1981 

Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

4 Alipur 

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60 Annaramsherief 

28 Bandantapuram 
1 Bhatpalle 

14 Bollekunta 

50 Burhanpalle 

18 Chennaram 

39 Chintanekkonda 

40 Choutapalle 

29 Dammannapet 

30 Divitipalle 

38 Engole 



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16 Kakiralapalle 

59 Kalleda 

37 Kanakapaka 

13 Kapulakanuparthy 

51 Katrepalle 

12 Katrepalle (Haveli) 

25 Katrial 

48 Kesavapur 

49 Kolampalle 
5 Kondaparty 

61 Kondapur 

47 Konduru 

34 Kothapalle 



1981 

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Code No. 

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2 Kothapaile (Haveli 

43 Kothur 

44 Laibarthy 
23 Lohitha 

8 Mamnoor 

53 Muripirala 

54 Mylaram 

9 Nakkalapalle 
35 Naliaballe 
27 Nandanam 

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15 Punnole 

45 Raipatty 

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56 Revooru 
42 Rollakal 

65 Sannuru 

22 Shapur 

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57 Somaram 

21 Theegrajupalle 

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MARIPEDA TALUK 



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Location Name of Village 
Code No. 

(1) (2) 

68 Abbaipalem 

36 Agapet 

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60 Anepur 

65 Beechrajpalle 

23 Bodlada 

46 Bojjannapet 
31 Bommakal 

26 Bonthapalle 

22 Brahman Kothapalle 

73 Burhanpur 

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28 Chikutaipalem 
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30 Chityal 

24 Danthalapalle 
56 Datla 

64 Dharmaram 

44 Ekkirala 

63 Erjerla 

20 Fathepur 

67 Galivarigudem 

19 Gopalagiri 

48 Gudur 

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74 Gundepudi 
40 Gunnepalle 
70 Guripur 

6 Gurthur 

29 Harpriyal 



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42 Kommulavancha 

37 Kummarikuntla 

12 Madpalle 
69 Maripeda 
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53 Mungimadugu 

33 Mupparam Kalan 

54 Nagaram Kalan 
41 Narsimlapet 

59 Neelkurthy 

11 Nellikudur 

21 Polepalle 

66 Purusbothamaigudem 

5 Ramasujapur 

57 Rampur 

35 Ramvaram 

39 Reponi 

1 Somaram 

71 Tallaookallu 

72 Thanamcherla 

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MAHBUBABAD TALUK 



1981 

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Code No. 

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35 Alair 

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78 Gurralakunta 

1 Ingurthy 

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24 


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27 


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65 


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47 


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Ncreda 


39 


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8 


Pcnugonda 


74 


Permandlasankesa 


62 


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25 


Rajulakothapallc 


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Ran gap u ram 


72 


Ravigudcm 


29 


Ravirala 


13 


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68 


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32 


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31 


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54 


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66 


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362 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block E. B. 
or Locality No. 


House Nos. 

VT - , ,r ' . . - 


Description of 
the area covered 


From 


To 


in each Enumeration 
Block 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 




JANGAON TOWN 


(Class III) JANGAON TALUK 


Ward 1 1 


l-l-l 


1-1-100 


Railway Station, Siddipet Road, Head Post 




1-2-1 


1-2*23 


Office, Hanuman Temple, Municipal Office 




1-3-1 


1-3-43 




2 


1-4-33 


1-4-111 


Wadlakonda Road, Vaddriwada, A B.V.H. School 


3 


1-5-1 


1-5-89 


Muslim Galli, Wadlakonda Road 


4 


1-5-90 


1-5-101 


Wadlakonda Road, Godowns, Old Harijanawada, 




1-6-1 


1-6-81/2 


Laxrnibaikunta area, M. Somalinga Rice Mill 




1-9-1 


1-9-42/1 




5 


1-9-42/2 


1-9-100 


S. B. H., Laxrnibaikunta, Gunj Road, Central 




1-10-1 


1-10-82 


Ware Housing Corporation Godowns, A.C.T.O. 








Office, Railway Track 


6 


1-10-83 


1-10-98/5 


A. C. T. O. Office, Electricity Sub-station, Grain 




1-11-1 


1-11-100 


Market Office, Dogless School, Weavers Colony 


7 


1-2-24 


1-2-95 


Government Hospital, Siddipet Road, P. W. D. 




1-3-44 


1-3-98/2 


Dock Bunglow, Bu/rial Ground, Panchayat 








Saraithi Office, Geetha Ashram, M. M. Court, 








Muslim Galli 


8 


1-4-1 


1-4-32 


Peddi Narayana Rice Mill, Wadlakonda Road, 




1-6-82 


1-6-120 


Old Harijanawada, Laxrnibaikunta 




1-7-80/2 


1-7-97 




9 


1-7-1 


1-7-80/1 


Laxmibaikunta 


10 


1-8-1 


1-8-102 


Laxrnibaikunta, Akula Venkataiah Rice Mill 


Ward 2 11 


2-1-1 


2-1-104 


Railway Station Gate, Ambal Cafe, Siddipet 




2-2-1 


2-2-127 


Road, Station Road, Old Beat Bazar area, 




2-3-1 


2-3-16 


Nagulakunta area 


12 


2-3-17 


2-3-106 


Nagulakunta area, Old Beat Bazar, Sivalayam 




2-4-1 


2-4-14/1 


Temple 


13 


2-4-15 


2-4-105 


Sivalayam Temple Road, Railway Station, Z.PJL 




2-5-1 


2-5-30 


School, Kurmawada 


14 


2-5-31 


2-5-102 


Z. P. H. School , Kurmawada, Police Quarters 




2-6-1 


2-6-27 




15 


2-6-28 


2-6-92 


Kurmawada area, A. Venkateshwarlu Rice Mill, 




2-7-1 


2-7-22/10 


Kotha Gucjgelu area 


16 


2-7-22/11 


2-7-78 


Kotha Gudfcelu, Sathram Locality, Mission 








Quarters ^~ 


17 


2-7-78/1 
2-8-1 


2-7-78/12 
2-8-75 


A. B. Mission Compound School, Hostel .New 
Bus-stand, Krishna Kala Mandir, Ganesh 








Temple, Venkanna Kunta area 


18 


2-8-76 


2-8-94/A 


Venkanna Kunta, Krishna Kala Mandir, P. W. D. 




2-9-1 


2-9-99 


Main Road, Harijanawada, Goundlawada 


19 


2-10-1 


2-10-86 


Goundlawada Mahankali Temple , Ganesh Strc|f , 








Muslimgalli, P. W. D. Main Road 


20 


2-10-86/1 


2-10-113 


P. W. D. Road, Old Harijanawada, Kurraawada 




2-11-1 


2-11-67 





363 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 


E. B. No. 


House Nos. Description of 


From 


... . iae area coverec 
To in each Enumeration 
Block 


1 


2 


3 


4 5 




JANGAON 


TOWN (Class 


III) JANGAON TALUK (Concld. J 


Ward 2 (Concld.) 


21 


2-11-68 


2-11-101 Kurmawada, Hanuman Temple Street, Railway 






2-12-1 


2-12-69 Station , Dhobiwada 




22 


2-12-70 


2-12-93 Dbcbiwadai Police Station, Ganesh Street, 






2-13-1 


2-13-103 Hanuman Temple Street 




35 


2-7-78/5 


2-7-78/15 Chandulal Doddi Water Tank 






2-5-3/1 


2-5-3/5 


Ward 3 


23 


3-1-1 


3-1-88 Dudekulawada, Ganesh Street 




24 


3-1-89 


3-1-107 Ganeshwada, Vcnkannakunta Tank. Oadi Bazar, 






3-2-1 


3-2-115 Rajasree Talkies, Brahmanwada 




25 


3-2-116 


3-2-126 Chennakeshava Temple, AmbaBavi, Rcddywadt, 






3-3-1 


3-3-85 Rajasree Tdlkies 




26 


3-3-86 


3-3-108 Reddywada, Dharma^haia, Railway Station arei 






3-4-1 


3-4-123 




27 


3-5-1 


3-5-127/3 Railway Station Gate. Railway Quarters, Gundla 






3-6-1 


3-6-15/3 Gadda Road, Railway Culvert 




28 


3-6-16 


3-6-102/1 Gundla Gadda t Teachers Colony, KisU Bavi, 






3-7-1 


3-7-9/1 Muslim Lane, Srimvasa Talkies 




29 


3-7- 10 


3-7-86/5 Srinivasa Talkies 






3-8-1 


3-8-12 




30 


3-8-12/1 


3-8-81/2 Gundla Gadda, Water Tank, Harijanawada 






3-9-1 


3-9-15 




31 


3-9-16 


3-9.55 Harijanawada . Dfaarmakancfea, Bui rial Ground 




32 


3-9-56 


3-9-87/1 Harijanawada, Dharmakancha, Zilla Parisliad 






3-10-1 


3-10-10/63 Colony 




33 


3-10-10/64 


3-10-69/2 Harijanawada, Dbarmakaneha, U I. C. Colony 




34 


3-10-69/3 


3-10-98 Beggars' Colony, Industrial Estate Colony 




35 


3-10-71/1 


3-10-71/80 






3-10-80/4 


3-10-80/16 






2-7-78/5 


2-7-78/15 






2-5-3/1 


2-5-3/5 


MAHBUBABAD TOWN (Class II MAHBUBABAD TALUK 


Ward 1 


336 


i-i-i 


t-I-101 






l-M 


1-2-15/1 




337 


1-2-1 5# 


1-2-102 






1-3-1 


1-3-11 




338 


1-3-12 


1*3-112/3 






1-4-1 


1-4-22/2 




339 


1-4-B 


1-4-MO/4 




340 


I-4-IW 


1-4-112/1 






1-5-1 


1-5-J12/H 



364 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



House Nos. 


Description of 


or Locality No. From To 


the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 


1 234 


5 



MAHBUBABAD TOWN (Class III) MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 2 



Ward 3 



Ward 4 



Ward 5 



Ward 6 



341 
342 

343 
344 
345 

346 

346 
347 

348 
349 
350 

351 

351 

352 

353 
354 

355 

355 
356 

357 
358 
359 

360 

360 
361 
362 
363 



2-1-1 

2-1-99 

2-2-1 

2-2-77/1 

2-3-1 

2-3-71/1 

2-3-1 

2-4-84 

2-5-1 

2-5-64 

3-1-1 
3-1-68/1 

3-2-1 
3-2-62 

3-3-1 
3-3-29 

3-4-1 
3-4-30 

3-5-1 
3-5-37 

4-1-1 

4-1-96/3 
4-2-1 
4-3-1 

4-3-39 
4-4-1 

4-4-35/2 
4-5-1 

4-5-21 

5-1-1 

5-1-35 
5-2-1 

5-2-45 
5-3-1 

5-3-51 
5-4-1 

5-4-64 
5-5-1 

5-5-53 

6-1-1 

6-1-58 

6-2-1 

6-2-8S 
6-3-1 



2-1-98 

2-1-120 

2-2-76/2 

2-2-103 

2-3-72 
2-3-117 

2-4-83 
2-4-103 

2-5-63 
2-5-111 

3-1-67 

3-1-94 

3-2-61 

3-2-125 

3-3-28/3 

3-3-107/2 

3-4-29 

3-4-89/2 

3-5-36/2 

3-5-58 

4-1-96/2 

4-1-108 

4-2-88 

4-3-38/2 

4-3-99 
4-4-35/1 

4-4-120 
4-5-20 

4-5-109 

5-1-34 

5-1-106/7 
5-2-44 

5-2-94 
5-3-50 

5-3-100 
5-4-63/2 

5.4-114/3 
5-5-52 

5-5-107 

6-1-57 

6-1-117 

6-2-87 

6-2-104 
6-3-81 



365 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 


House Nos. 
From To 


Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 



MAHBUBABAB TOWN {Class III) MAHBUBABAD TALUK (Concld*) 



Ward 6(Concld.) 



Ward 7 



364 



365 

366 
367 
368 

369 
370 



6-3-82 
6-4-1 
6-5-1 

6-5-18 

7-1-1 
7-1-49 

7-2-1 
7-2-32 
7-2-65 

7-3-1 



6-3-117/2 
6-4-33 

6-5-17/4 
6-5-76 

7-1-48/1 

7-l_70/39 

7-2-3^2 

7-2-64 

7-2-155 

7-3-33/7 



Salar Tanda 
Salar Tanda 
Somla Tanda 

Champli Tandt 
Pattipaka 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



Ward 1 



Ward 2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

14 
15 

16 
17 
38 
19 

20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 

26 
27 



1-1-1 

1-1-3/171 

1-1-11 

1-1-42 

1-2-1 

1-2-56/3 

1-2-105/1 

1-3-1 

1-3-16 

1-4-1 

1-4-22/1 

1-5-S6 

1-6-1 

1-6-4 

1-6-64 

1-7-1 

1-7-13/1 

1-7-60 



1-8-55 

i-9-i 

1-9-21 



2-1-1 
2-1-55 



2-2-1 

2-2-52 



1-1-3/170 

1-1-10/V 

1-1-41 

1-1-3/215 

1-2-56/2 

1-2-105 

1-2-143 

1-3-15 

1-3-79 

1-4-22 

1-4-107 

1-5-146/G 

1-6-3/B 



1-6-114/5 

1-7-12/B3 

1-7-59/5 



1-8-54 



2-1-54 



2-1-1S9/13 
2-2-51 



366 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 





House Nos. 

ETJ VT,-. _ M ._? _ ... 


Description of 


or Locality No. 


From To 


in each Enumeration 
Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 2 (Concld.) 



Ward 3 



28 

29 
30 
31 
32 
33 

34 

35 
36 
37 

38 
39 
40 

41 
42 

43 
44 
45 

46 

47 
48 
49 

50 

51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 

57 

58 
59 

60 



2-3-6(10) 

2-4-1 

2-4-3/3 

2-4-27/2 

2-4-53 

2-4-116/1 

2-4-153 

2-5-1 

2-5-64 

2-6-1 

2-6-22/1 

2-6-70/1 

2-6-136 

2-7-1 

2-7-14/32 

2-7-74 

2-7-141 

2-8-1 

2-8-75 

2-8-152 

2-9-1 

2-9-55 

2-9-160 

2-9-228/5 

2-10-1 

2-10-29 

2-11-1 

3-1-1 

3-1-75/B 

3-1-129 

3-2-1 

3-2-63 

3-3-1 

3-3-101 

3-4-1 

3-4-75 

3-4-101(2) 

3-5-1 

3-5-96 
3-6-1 

3-6-46 
3-7-1 

3-7-6 
3-7-69 
3-7-91 



2-3-36 

2-4-3/2 

2-4-27/1 

2-4-52 

2-4-116/3 

2-4-1 52/(2) 

2-4-175/5 

2-5-63/2 

2-5-92/16 

2-6-21/2 

2-6-69/1 

2-6-135/2 

2-6-162/9 

2-7-14/31 

2-7-73 

2-7-140/3 

2-7-151 

2-8-74 

2-8-151 

2-8-179 

2-9-54 

2-9-159 

2-9-228/4 

2-9-294/33 

2-10-28 

2-10-115 

2-11-51 

3-1-74 

3-1-128 

3-1-135/A 

3-2-62/2 

3-2-111 

3-3-100 

3-3-197 

3-4-74 

3-4-100/3 

3-4-183/7 

3-5-95/3 

3-5-108 
3-6-45/3 

3-6-100 
3-7-5(2) 

3-7^68/2 

3-7-90 

3-7-143/8 

3-8-85 



367 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. 



House Nos. 
From TO 



Description of 

the area covered 

in each Enumeration 

Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK Contd.; 



Ward 3 (Concld.) 



Ward 4 



61 

62 
63 

64 
65 

66 
67 

68 
69 

70 
71 

72 
73 

74 
75 

76 
77 
78 
79 
80 

81 

82 

83 

84 
85 

86 
87 
SS 

89 
90 



3-8-86 
3-9-1 

3-9-55 
3-9-71/10 

3-9-77 

3-10-! 
3-10-67 

3-11-1 
3-11-20 
3-11-89 

3-12-1 
3-12-32 
3-12-92 

3-13-1 
3-13-65 

3-14-1 
3-14-14 

3-15-1 

3-15-41 

3-15-139 

3-16-1 

3- 16-36 A 

3-16-76 

3-16-112 

4-1-1 

4-1-65/5 

4-2-1 

4-2-48/6 

4-2-76 

4-3-1 

4-3-44 

4-4-1 

4-4-36/2 

4-4-96 

4-5-1 

4-5-39 



4-6-57/2 

4-6-$* 

4-6-153/2 

4-7-1 

4-7-41 

4-8-1 

4-8-15/1 



3-8-96 

3-9-54/3 

3-9-71/9 

3-9-76/7 

3-9-143 

3-10-66 

3-10-125 

3-11-19 

3-11-88 

3-11-119 

3-12-31^3 

3-12-91(4} 

3-12-100 

3-13-64 

3-13-128 

3-I4-13/I 

3-14-55 

3-15-40 

3-15-138 

3-15-195 

3-16-36 

3-16-75/B 
3-16-1 11 
3-16-18* 

4-1-65/4 

4-1-140/2 

4-2-48/5 

4-2-75 

4-2-104 

4-3-43 

4-3-82 

4-4-36/1 

4-4-95 

4-4-137 

4-5-38 



4-5-U9I3 
4-6-57H 
4-6-85/3 



4-6-17* 

4-7-40 

4-7-114/4 

4-0-15 

4-S-3S/6 

4-&-132 



368 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION- 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



House Nos. 


Description of 

tVi A 5irfa frkVprprl 


or Locality No. From To 


in each Enumeration 
Block 



1 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 4 (Concld.) 
Ward 5 



Ward 6 



91 

92 
93 

94 

95 
96 
97 
98 

99 

100 
101 

102 
103 

104 
105 

106 
107 
108 



109 

110 
111 

112 
H3 
114 

115 
116 



117 
118 
119 



120 



4-9-17 

4-10-1 

4-10-27 

5-1-1 

5-1-86 

5-2-1 

5-2-35/2 

5-2-103 

5-3-10 

5-3-137 

5-4-1 

5-4-73 

5-5-1 

5-5-49 

5-5-111 

5-6-1 

5-6-41 

5-7-1 

5-7-68 

5-8-1 

5-8-28/1 

5-8-106 

5-9-1 

5-9-26 

5-9-104 

5-9-154(4) 

5-10-1 

5-12-1 

5-10-31 

5-11-1 

5-11-28(7) 

5-11-101 

5-12-42 

6-1-1 

6-1-79/1 

6-1-142 

6-2-1 

6-2-90 

6-3-1 

6-3-123 

6-4-1 

6-4-48 

6-4-70/7 

6-3-32 

6-3-88/6 

6-4-4 

6-8-110 

6-5-1 



4-9-107 

4-10-26 

4-10-109 

5-1-85 

5-1-104/4 

5-2-35/1 

5-2-102/8 

5-3-9 

5-3-136 

5-3-141/3 

5-4-72 

5-4-104/2 

5-5-48 

5-5-110/5 

5-5-147 

5-6-40/2 

5-6-73 

5-7-67 

5-7-109 

5-8-28/1 

5-8-105/2 

5-8-154 

5-9-25/4 

5-9-103/2 

5-9-154/3 

5-9-166/2 

5-10-30/(2) 

5-12-41/7 

5-10-86/1 

5-11-28(6) 

5-11-100(2) 

5-11-145 

5-12-66/1 

6-1-79 

6-1-141/3 

6-1-165 

6-2-89 

6-2-157/2 

6-3-31 

6-3-126 

6-4-3 

6-4-70/6 

6-4-137 

- 6-3-88/5 

6-3-122 

6-4-47 

6-8-114 

6-5*85 



369 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E.B. No. 



House Nos. 
From 



To 



Description of 

the area covered 

in each Enumeration 

Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK Contd,; 



Ward 6(Concld.) 



Ward 7 



Ward 8 



121 

122 
123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 
133 
134 
135 

136 
137 
138 
139 

140 
141 



142 
143 

144 

145 

146 

147 
14$ 
149 
150 



6-5-86 
6-6-1 

6-6-29 

6-6-88/1 

6-7-1 

6-7-81 
6-8-1 

6-8-4S 

7-1-1 

7-1-53 

7-1-81 

7-1-139 

7-2-1 

7-2-62 

7-2-158 

7-3-1 

7-3-66 

7-4-1 

7-4-10 

7-4-76 

7-5-1 

7-5-64/4 

7-6-1 

7-6-33 

7-7-1 

7-7-71 

7-7-154 

7-8-1 

7-8-58/1 

8-1-1 
8-2-1 
8-3-1 

8-3-66 
8-4-1 

S-4-7I 
8-5-6 



$-6-71 
8-7-1 

8-7-24 

$-7-86 

8-8-1 

8-8-28F 

8-8-77 



&-9-I36 
8-1W 



6-5-108 

6-6-28/2 

6-6-88 

6-6-107 

6-7-80 

6-7-118/1 

6-8-47 

6-8-100/5 

7-1-52 

7-1-80/2/3 

7-1-138 

7-1-166/3 

7-2-61 

7-2-157 

7-2-162 

7-3-65 

7-3-136/2 

7-4-9 

7-4-75/2 

7-4-139/2 

7-5-64/3 

7-5-137 

7-6-32 

7-6-125 

7-7-70 

7-7-153 

7-7-176 

7-8-58 

7-8-125/5 

&-1-110 

8-2-139 

8-3-65 

S-3-156 

8-4-70 

8-4-89 

8-5-83 

8-6*70 

8-6-142 

8-7-23 

8-7-85 

8-7-158/20 

8-8-28/IE 

8-8-76/3 

8-8-135/7 

8-9-135 

8-9-145/4 

8-10-1(8 



370 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 


E. B. No. 


House 


Nos. 


Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 


From 


To 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class 


I) WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 


Ward 8 (Concld.) 


151 


8-11-1 


8-11-133/3 






152 


8-11-134/4 


8-11-191 








8-12-1 


8-12-63 






153 


8-12-64 


8-12-141 




Ward 9 


154 


9-1-1 


9-1-89 






155 


9-1-90 


9-1-148/3 






156 


9-1-149 


9-1-187 








9-2-1 


9-2-73/2 






157 


9-2-74 


9-2-110/3 








9-2-111 


9-2-143 






158 


9-2-144 


9-2-197 






159 


9-2-198 


9-2-230 








9-3-1 


9-3-42 






160 


9-3-43 


9-3-97/4 








9-4- i 


9-4-13/2 






161 


9-4-14 


9-4-73 






162 


9-4-74 


9-4-127/3 








9-5-1 


9-5-51/2 






163 


9-6-100/2 


9-6-72 








9-7-1 


9-7-13 






164 


9-7-14 


9-7-86 






165 


9-7-87 


9-7-107 






166 


9-8-58 


9-8-88 








9-9-1 


9-9-78/iO 






167 


9-9-79 


9-9-150/2 






168 


9-10-1 


9-10-162 




Ward JO 


169 


10-1-1 


10-1-76 






170 


10-1-77 


10-1-146 






171 


10-1-147 


10-1-167 








10-2-1 


10-2-71 






172 


10-2-72 


10-2-100/3 








10-2-101 


10-2-146 






173 


10-2-147 


10-2-191 /I 








10-3-1 


10-3-33/1 






174 


10-3-33/2 


10-3-100 






175 


10-3-101 


10-3-112/3 








10-4-1 


10-4-53/1 






176 


10-4-53/2 


10-4-114/2 








10-5-1 


10-5-25/5 






177 


10-5-26 


10-5-93 






178 


10-5-94 


10-5-143/2 






179 


10-6-1 


10-6-70/3 






180 


10-6-70/4 


10-6-95 








10-7-1 


10-7-54/i 






181 


10-7-54/2 


10-7-111/2 








10-8-1 


10-8-24/3 






182 


10-&-24/4 


10-8-96 





371 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OP THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. , 



House Nos. 
From 



To 



Description of 

the area covered 

in each Enumeration 

Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK <Contd.) 



Ward 10 (Concld.) 



Ward 11 



183 

184 
185 

186 
187 

18S 
189 

190 
191 

192 
193 

194 
195 

196 
197 
198 

199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 



10-8-96/1 


30-8-107 


10-9-1 


10-9-54/2 


10-9-54/13 


10-9-122 


10-9-123 


10-9-163 


10-10-1 


10-10-22/8 


10-10-22/9 


10-10-77/3 


10-10-77/4 


10-10-119 


10-11-1 


10-11-50/2 


10-11-51 


10-11-85 


10-12-1 


10-12-21/4 


10-12-21/5 


10-12-87/3 


10-13-1 


10-13-9 


10-13-10 


10-13-71 


10-13-71/1 


10-13-106/4 


ll-I-l 


11-1-78 


11-1-79 


11-1-153 


11-2-1 


11-2-39 


11-2-40 


11-2-80/2 


11-3-1 


11-3-59 


11-3-60 


11-3-76 


11-4-1 


11-4-85 


11-4-86 


11-4-186 


11-5-1 


11-5-56 


11-5-56/1 


1 1 -5-68 


11-6-1 


11-6-61 A 


11-6-62/B 


11-6-83 


11-7-1 


11-7-88 


11-7-89 


11-7-111 


11-8-1 


1 1-8-57 


11-8-58 


11-8-108 


11-9-1 


11-9-55 


11-9-56 


11-9-102 


11-10-1 


11-10-73 


11-10-74 


11-10-151 


11-tl-l 


ll-tl-35 


11-11-36 


11-11-85 


11-12-1 


11-12-5S 


11-12-59 


11-12-110 


11-13-1 


11-13-44/1 


11-13-44/2 - 


11-13-76 


li-14-1 


H-14-44/1 


ii-14-44/2 


lf-14-55/2 


11-15-1 


11-15-58/3 


t 1-15-58/4 


11-15-82 


n-!6-i 


11-16-26/2 


11-16-26/3 


11-16-71/2 


11-17-1 


11-17-4(6) 


11-17-5 


11-17-79 



372 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



^Var/1 rtr "Rlnrlr 


House Nos. 

E"R Xn .-....-...-' ..._-_- 


Description of 
the 3. res covered 


or Locality No 


From To 


in each Enumeration 
Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 11 (Concld.) 



Ward 12 



Ward 13 



211 
212 

213 
214 

215 
216 
217 
218 

219 
220 
221 
222 
223 

224 
225 
226 

227 
228 
229 

230 
231 

232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 

241 

242 
243 
244 

245 



11-17-80 

11-18-1 

11-18-72 

11-19-1 

11-19-35/2 

11-19-106 

11-20-1 

11-20-62 

11-21 -1 

11-21-79 

11-21-133/D 

11-22-1 

11-22-80 

11-23-1 

11-23-61 

11-23-143/2 

11-23-200/9 

11-24-1 

11-24-41/2 

11-24-100/4 

11-24-123/3 

11-25-1 

11-25-76 

11-25-176 

11-25-233 

11-26-1 

11-26-38 

11-26-107 

11-27-1 

12-1-1 

12-2-1 

12-2-101/2 

12-3-1 

12-3-74 

12-4-1 

12-5-1 

12-6-1 

12-6-119 
12-7-1 

12-7-117 
12-8-1 

13-1-1 

13-1-78 

13-1-148 

13-1-234 
13-2-1 



11 -17- 107; A 

11-18-71 

11-18-133 

11-19-35/1 

11-19-105 

11-19-111/6 

11-20-61/6 

11-20-138 

11-21-78 

11-21-133/C 

11-21-154 

11-22-79 

11-22-350 

11-23-60 

11-23-143/1 

11-23-200/8 

11-23-350 

H-24-41/1 

11-24-10073 

11-24-123/2 

11-24-186/6 

11-25-75 

11-25-175 

11-25-232/3 

11-25-256 

11-26-37 

11-26-106 

11-26-150 

11-27-43 

12-1-152/3 

12-2-101 

12-2-182/1 

12-3-73 

12-3-136 

12-4-88/2 

12-5-100 

12-6-118 

12-6-126 

12-7-116 

12-7-150 

12-8-87 

13-1-77 

13-1-147 

13-1-233/3 

13-1-250 
13-2-67/3 



373 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF TWK ^ CA o 

DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUNfERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. 




Description of 

the area covered 

in each Enumeration 

Block 



Ward 13 (Concld.) 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN, TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 14 



Ward 15 



246 
247 

248 
249 
250 

251 
252 
253 

254 
255 
256 
257 
258 

259 

260 
261 
262 
263 

264 
265 

266 

267 

268 
269 
270 

271 
272 
273 
274 

275 
276 

277 
278 

279 
280 

281 



13-2-68 


13-2-137 


13-2-138 


13-2-225 


13-3-1 


13-3-9 


13-3-10 


13-3-89 


13-3-89/1 


13-3-139 


13-3-139/1 


13-3-149 


13-4- i 


13-4-62 


13-4-62/1 


13-4-138 


13-4-139 


13-4-200 


13-4-201 


13-4-220 


13-5-1 


13-5-51 


13-5-51/4 


13-5-123 


13-6-1 


13-6-62 


13-6-62/1 


13-6-122/2 


13-7-t 


13-7-73 


13-7-74 


13-7-126/2 


13-8-1 


13-8-25 


13-8-26 


13-8-94 


14-1-1 


14-1-68/1 


14-1-68/2 


14-1-I21/B 


14-1-121/C 


14-1-183 


14-1-183/1 


14-1-191 


14-2-1 


14-2-74 


14-2-75 


14-2-132 


14-2-133 


14-2-166 


14-3-1 


14-3-61 


14-3-61/1 


14-3-l21/(2) 


14-3-122 


14-3-171/3 


14-4-1 


14-4-10 


14-4-11 


j4-4-60f2> 


14-4-61 


14-4-154 


14-4-155 


14-4-159 


14-5-1 


14-5-102 


14-6-1 


14-6-65 


14-6-66 


14-6-131 


14-6-132 


14-6-206 


14-6-207 


14-6-240 


14-7-1 


14-7-33 


14-7-34 


14-7-97 


14-7-98 


14-7-106 


14-8-1 


14-8-38 


14-S-39 


14-8-31 


14-8-82 


I4-S-15! 


15-1-1 


15-1-222 


15-1-223 


\ 15-1-232 


15-2-1 


15-2-WA-2 


J5-2-&T 


15-2-115/6 



374 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Warrf f\r "Rlnrlr 


House Nos. 

F "R Vr __.- ^...--' -.-.. . 


Description of 

t !*<= ar^a rrvv^r^H 


or Locality No. 


From To 


in each Enumeration 
Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 15 (Concid.) 



Ward 16 



282 
283 

284 
285 

286 
287 

288 
289 
290 

291 
292 
293 
294 

295 
296 

297 
298 

299 
300 
301 

302 

303 
304 
305 

306 
307 
30$ 
309 
310 
311 

312 
313 
314 

315 



15-2-116 


15-2-136 


15-3-1 


15-3-74/3 


15-3-74/4 


35-3-138/2 


15-4-1 


15-4-20 


15-4-21 


15-4-105/5 


15-4-105/6 


15-4-143 


15-5-1 


15-5-29/3 


15-5-29/4 


15-5-90 


15-5-91 


15-5-132 


35-6-1 


15-6-29/1 


15-6-30 


15-6-113/D/2 


15-6-114 


15-6-153/U 


15-6-153/V 


15-6-159/2 


15-7-1 


15-7-47 


15-7-48 


15-7-97 


15-8-1 


15-8-61 


15-8-62 


15-8-128 


15-8-129 


15-8-148/K 


15-9-1 


15-9-49 


15-9-50 


15-9-68/(2) 


15-10-1 


15-10-61 


15-10-62 


15-10-120 


15-11-1 


15 11-6(6) 


15-11-7 


15-11-71 (2) 


15-11-72 


15-11-145/2 


16-1-1 


16- 1-71 /A 


16-1-72 


16-1-133/A 


16-1-134 


16-1-170 


16-2-1 


16-2-25/4 


16-2-25/5 


16-2-92 


16-3-1 


1^-3-23 


16-3-24 


16-3-71 


16-3-71/1 


16-3-113 


16-3-114 


16-3-171/5 


16-4-1 


16-4-25/1 


16-4-26 


16-4-103 


16-4-104 


16-4-252 


16-5-1 


16-5-100 


16-5-101 


16-5-147(2) 


16-5-148 


16-5-207/i 


16-5-208 


16-5-239 


16-6-1 


16-6-25(4) 


16-6-26 


16-6-63 (4) 


16-6-64 


16-6-88(5) 


16-6-89 


16-6-125/27 


16-7-1 


16-7-28 


16-7-29 


16-7-230/1 



375 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE 

BLOCKS OF IT ,J INCLUDED m THE ENUMERATION 

BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. , 




To 




Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 



Ward 16 (Concld.) 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (C.ass I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK ( Cont d ) 



Ward 17 



Ward 18 



316 

317 
318 
319 

320 

321 
322 
323 

324 
325 
326 

327 

328 
329 

330 
331 

332 
333 

334 
335 

336 

337 

338 
339 

340 
341 

342 

343 
344 

345 
346 
347 



16-7-231 


16-7-267 


16-8-1 


16-8-56 


16-8-57 


16-8-133 


16-8-134 


16-8-216 


16-8-217 


16-8-246 


16-9-1 


16-9-67/4 


16-9-68 


16-9-1C8 


16-10-1 


16-10-5/30 


16-10-5/31 


16-10-130/2 


16-10-131 


16-10-233 


16-10-234 


16-10-242 


16-11-1 


16-11-36 


16-11-37 


16-11-102 


16-11-103 


16-11-177 


16-11-178 


16-11-186 


16-12-1 


16-12-87 


16-12-87/1 


16-12-180 


17-1-1 


17-1-72 


17-1-72/1 


I7-1-125/B 


17-2-1 


17-2-10 


17-2-10/1 


17-2-102 


17-2-102/1 


17-2-144 


17-3-1 


17-3-31 


17-3-32 


17-3-87 


17-3-88 


17-3-121 


17-4-1 


17-4-17 


17-4-18 


17-4-101 


17-4-102 


17-4-160 


17-5-1 


17-5-31 


17-5-32 


17-5-123/B 


17-5-123/C 


17-5-171 


17-6-1 


17-6-20 


17-6-20/A 


17-6-106 


17-6-107(1) 


17-6-120 


17-7-1 


17-7-S1 


17-7-S2 


17-7-144 


17-8-1 


17-&-44 


17-8-45 


17-8-130 


17-9-1 


17-9^35 


17-9-36 


17-W2Q 


17-10-1 


37-MMQ 


17-10-11 


17-10-118 


17-10-119 


17-1CM67 


17-11-1 


17-11-33/C 


Il-33/D/(l) 


17-11-88/2 


18-1-1 


18-1-61/A 



18-1- 
18-2-4 



18-2-43 



376 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 


House Nos. 
E B No .- 


Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 


From 


To 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 18(Concld.) 



Ward 19 



Ward 20 



348 
349 

350 

351 

352 
353 

354 
355 

356 
357 

358 
359 

360 

361 
362 

363 
364 

365 
366 

367 
368 

369 
370 

371 

372 
373 

374 
375 



18-2-44 


18-2-127 


18-2-128 


18-2-155/3 


18-3-1 


18-3-43 


18-3-44 


18-3-135 


18-3-136 


18-3-149/2 


18-4-1 


18-4-116 


18-4-117 


18-4-200 


18-6-27 


18-6-48 


18-4-201 


18-4-220/E(3) 


18-5-1 


18-5-63/1(1) 


18-5-64 


18-5-125 


18-6-1 


18-6-75 


18-7-1 


18-7-22 


18-7-23 


18-7-104(2) 


18-7-105 


18-7-162/3 


18-8-1 


18-8-8/2 


18-8-9 


18-8-80 


18-8-81 


18-8-126 


18-9-1 


18-9-29 


18-9-30 


18-9-137 


19-1-1 


19-1-114 


19-1-115 


19-1-181 


19-2-1 


19-2-45 


19-2-46 


19-2-113 


19-3-1 


19-3-37 


19-3-38 


19-3-135 


19-4-1 


19-4-110 


19-5-1 


19-5-102 


19-6-1 


19-6-99 


19-6-100 


19-6-107 


19-7-1 


19-7-90 


19-8-1 


19-8-84 (b) 


19-8-85 


19-8-118 


19-9-1 


19-9-63/1 


19-9-64 


19-9-116/3 


19-10-1 


19-10-29/BC 


19-10-30 


19-10-127 


19-10-128 


19-10-160 


19-11-1 


19-11-80 


19-11-81 


19-11-167 



20-1-1 

20-1-91 

20-2-1 

20-2-69 



20-3-46/1 
20-4-1 



20-1-90 
20-1-121/8 

20-2-68 

20-2-136 

20-3-45/2 

20-3-100 

20-4-34 



STATBMBNT SHOW ING THE DETAILS 



377 



ETAILS OF THE ^ ^^ ^ ^ 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



' ' 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. 



House Nos. 
From To 



Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 




Ward 20 (Con eld ) 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK 



Ward 21 



Ward 22 



376 
377 

378 

379 
380 
381 

382 
383 

384 
385 

386 
387 

388 
389 

390 

391 
392 
393 

394 
395 
396 

397 
398 



399 
400 
401 
402 

403 
404 
405 

406 
407 



(Contd.) 



20-4-35 20-4-1 03 (e) 

20-4-119/1 20-4-147/3 

20-5-1 20-5-51 

20-5-52 20-5-98 

20-6-1 20-6-32 

20-6-33 20-6-121 

20-7-1 20-7-89 

20-7-90 20-7-162 

20-8-1 20-8-13 

20-8-14 20-8-104 

20-8-105 20-8-144 

20-9-1 20-9-51 

20-9-52/1 20-9-86 

20-10-1 20-10-50 

20-10-51 20-10-124 

20-11-1 20-11-12 

20-11-13 20-11-101 

20-11-102 20-11-163/1 

20-12-1 20-12-22/2 

20-12-23 20-12-115 

20-12-116 20-12-151/1 

20-13-1 20-13-44 

20-13-45 20-13-110 

20-14-1 20-14-88 

20-14-89 20-14-178 

20-15-1 20-15-98 

20-15-99 20-15-155 

20-16-1 20-16-47 

20-16-48 20-16-70/8/5 

21-1-1 2I-1-88/DU) 

21-1-88/E 21-1-103 

21-2-1 21-2-70 

21-2-71 21-2-241 -D 

21-2-242 21-2-305 

21-3-1 21-3^36/2 

21-4-1 21-4-21-A 

21-4-22 2I-4-88/N 

21-4-88/D 21-4-161/G 

21-6-1 21-6-102 

21-6-103 21-6-155 

21 -7- I 21-7-48 

21-7-49 21-7-120/175/25 

21-7-120/175/26 21-7-120/134 

21-7-120/135 21-7-120/175/5 

21-8-1 21-8-115 



22-1-1 

22-1-85 

22-2-1 



22-1-84 
22-1-137/3 

22-2-22 



378 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or FUnrlr 


House Nos. 

EH NJn .......... * .......... 


Description of 


or Locality No. 


From To 


in eacb Enumeration 
Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



Ward 22 (Con eld.) 



Ward 23 



Ward 24 



Ward 25 



408 

409 
410 

411 
412 

413 
414 

415 
416 

417 
418 
419 
420 
421 

422 
423 
424 
425 

426 

427 
428 

429 

430 
431 

432 

433 
434 
435 
436 

437 
438 



22-2-23 
22-3-1 

22-3-12 

22-3-95 

22-4-1 

22-4-6 

22-4-83(a) 

22-5-1 

22-5-81 
22-6-1 

22-6-33 

23-1-1 
23-1-92 
23-2-1 
23-2-50 
23-3-1 
23-3-42 
23-4-1 
23-4-38 
23-5-1 
23-5-37 
23-6-1 
23-6-23 

24-1-1 

24-1-80(4) 

24-2-1 

24-2-98 

24-3-1 

24-3-57 

24-4-1 

24-4-46/1 

24-4-154 

24-5-1 

24-5-77/1 

24-6-1 

24-6-31 

24-6-133 

24-7-1 

24-7-28(6) 

25-1-1 

25-2-1 

25-3- t 

25-3-106 

25-4-1 

25-4-54/2 

25-4-141/2 



22-2-72 

22-3-11 

22-3-94 

22-3-173/3 

22-4-5 

22-4-83 

22-4-117 

22-5-80 

22-5-131/5 

22-6-32 

22-6-118/13 

23-1-91/2 
23-I-124/C 

23-2-49 
23-2-100 

23-3-41 
23-3-120 

23-4-37 
23-4-116 

23-5-36 
23-5-109 

23-6-22 
23-6-121 

24-1-80(3) 

24-1-174 

24-2-97 

24-2-131/2 

24-3-56 

24-3-93/1/D 

24-4-46 

24-4-153 

24-4-189 

24-5-77 

24-5-185 

24-6-30 

24-6-132 

24-6-174 

24-7-28(5) 

24-7-90 

25-1-112 

25-2-208 

25-3-105 

25-3-131 

25-4-54/1 

25-4-141/1 

25-4-206 



379 

STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AREAS INCLUDED IN THE ENUMERATION 
BLOCKS OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT 



Ward or Block 
or Locality No. 



E. B. No. 



House Nos. 

, ..._._-A__. ... 

From To 



Description of 
the area covered 
in each Enumeration 
Block 



WARANGAL MUNICIPALITY (Class I) WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Concld.) 



Ward 25 (Concld.) 



439 

440 
441 

442 
443 
444 
445 

446 
447 
448 

449 
450 

451 
452 

453 
454 



25-4-207 

25-5-1 

25-5-37 

25-5-95/2 

25-6-1 

25-6-21 

25-6-88 

25-7-1 

25-7-109 

25-8-1 

25-8-15 

25-8-105/2 

25-8-180 

25-9-1 

25-9-29 

25-9-106 

25-10-1 

25-10-27 

25-10-76 

25-11-1 

25-11-33 

25-11-107 



25-4-246 
25-5-36 

25-5-95/1 

25-5-138 

25-6-20 

25-6-87 

25-6-142 

25-7-108 

25-7-183 

25-8-14 

25-8-105/1 

25-8-179 

25-8-255/8 

25-9-28 

25-9-105 

25-9-117 

25-10-26 

25-10-75/(3) 

25-10-107 
25-11-32 

25-11-106 

25-11-164 



380 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of 
Code Town/Ward/Urban 
No. Block 


E.B. 
No. 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


I 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 






MAHBUBABAD TALUK 






21/15 I DORNAKAL (P) 


Total 


14,558 


2,871 


2,162 


Ward 1 


Total 


2,481 


292 


855 




580 


486 


192 


271 




581 


678 


21 


243 




582 


858 


56 


22 




583 


459 


23 


319 


2 


Total 


liS96 


449 


1,055 




583 


258 


. m 


258 




584 


717 


1 


665 




585 


692 


428 


132 




586 


229 


14 


. . 


3 


Total 


2t001 


248 


46 




586 


420 


164 


5 




587 


664 


57 


11 




588 


678 


27 


18 




589 


239 


f f 


12 


4 


Total 


1,974 


431 


90 




589 


417 


8 


11 




590 


598 


323 






591 


558 


100 


10 




592 


401 





69 


5 


Total 


2,039 


30 


31 




592 


271 


.. 


3 




593 


619 


8 


5 




594' 


717 


17 


13 




595 


432 


5 


10 


6 


Total 


b235 


547 


36 




595 


108 








596 


465 


223 


20 




597 


572 


256 


16 




598 


90 


68 




7 


Total 


2,355 


755 


49 


Railway Quarters 


599 


415 


36 






600 


641 


104 


23 




601 


643 


344 


6 




602 


656 


271 


20 


8 


Total 


577 


119 




Chinniyathanda 


603 


89 






Raojiyatbanda 


604 


95 


23 




Bankctsinghthanda 


605 


124 


31 




Somalathanda 


606 


95 


32 




Rajuthaada 


607 


134 


23 




Brrejathanda 


60S 


13 






Tbalemtbanda 


609 


27 


10 





381 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E. B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 

Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 




JANGAON TALUK 






21/11/n JANGAON (M) Total 


25,112 


2,813 


305 


Ward 1 Total 


7,521 


621 


134 


1 


779 


5 


m r 


2 


840 


1(W 


13 


3 


776 


17 


3 


4 


805 


96 


117 


5 


702 


243 


1 


6 


565 


. 


.. 


7 


643 


1 


.. 


8 


740 


. 


. 


9 


1.060 


55 


.. 


10 


611 


100 


* * 


2 Total 


9^026 


564 


115 


11 


736 


^ 


.. 


12 


780 


20 


35 


13 


6S6 


36 


23 


14 


707 


. 


.. 


15 


860 


28 


.. 


16 


716 


65 


* * 


17 


1250 


129 


3 


18 


764 


209 


4 


19 


556 


4 


.. 


20 


623 


71 


- 


21 


649 





* * 


22 


649 


,. 


. 


35 


50 


- 


* 


3 Total 


8565 


1,628 


56 


23 


695 


- 


. 


24 


713 


., 





25 


671 


-. 


.. 


26 


683 


.. 


. 


27 


670 


55 





28 


645 


25 


* * 


29 


701 


1 





30 


695 


132 


., 


31 


759 


165 


-. 


32 


682 


52S 


1 


33 


652 


500 





34 


677 


89 


55 


35 


322 


133 


* # 



382 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION URBAN BLOCK- WISE 



Location Name of E. B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 




MAHBUBABAD TALUK 






21/I5/IH MAHBUBABAD (P) Total 


21,654 


1,809 


2,514 


Ward 1 Total 


3.348 


760 


202 


336 


719 


5 


_ 


337 


648 


530 


_ 


338 


665 


222 


3 


339 


680 




4 


340 


636 


3 


195 


2 Total 


3707 


211 


268 


341 


774 


131 


254 


342 


912 


75 


13 


343 


641 


5 


1 


344 


608 




, f 


345 


587 





f f 


346 


185 





-- 


3 Total 


3>091 


35 


37 


346 


391 


.. 


.. 


347 


686 


5 


27 


348 


592 


.. 


... 


349 


612 


21 


.. 


350 


648 


9 


10 


351 


162 





.. 


4 Total 


2,730 


18 


36 


351 


442 


3 


_ 


352 


602 


8 


7 


353 


673 





19 


354 


669 


.. 


5 


355 


344 


7 


5 


5 Total 


3,609 


269 


140 


355 


316 


27 


102 


356 


566 


8 


.. 


357 


882 


9 


12 


358 


727 


111 


3 


359 


826 


114 


23 


360 


292 


*. 


.. 


6 Total 


3,431 


516 


93 


360 


359 




3 


361 


760 


184 


* 


362 


725 


16 


82 


363 


686 


2 


5 


364 


617 


147 


3 


365 


284 


167 


a m 



383 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK- WISE 



Location Name of E.B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


MAHBUBABAD 


TALUK (Concld,) 






Ward 7 Total 


1,738 


* 


1738 


366 


429 





429 


367 


178 




178 


368 


440 


_ 


440 


369 


426 


f f 


426 


370 ' 


265 





265 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK 






21/07/IV WARANGAL (M) Total 


3,35,150 


42,442 


5,714 


Ward 1 Total 


14,818 


2773 


779 


1 


685 


47 


*. 


2 


649 


79 


251 


3 


725 


.. 


* 


4 


690 


560 


* 


5 


666 


52 


1 


6 


609 


42 


** 


7 


753 


291 


.- 


8 


631 


51 


< 


9 


619 


4 


- 


10 


654 


.. 





11 


571 


59 





12 


589 


96 


9 


13 
14 
15 
16 


432 
1,082 
1.274 
1*072 


79 
7 
246 
238 


4 
230 
84 
IT* 


17 


657 


6 


16 


18 


695 


7 ' 




19 


686 


343 




20 


520 


335 


-. 


21 


559 


231 


** 


2 Total 
22 
23 


18.318 
710 
766 


57 
325 


2S 
7 


24 
25 


757 
883 


674 

in 


1 


26 


776 


II 


* * 


27 


678 






28 
'29 


627 
716 


12 


4 

its 


30 
*i 


682 . 
$07 


14 


s 


ji 
32 


789 


J04 


; $ 


33* 


789 






34 : 


636 


, " 





384 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL. SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of 
Code Town /Ward/Urban 
N - Block 



Ward 2 (Con eld.) 



E. B. 


Total 


Scheduled 


No. 

' 


Population 


Castes 


3 


4 


5 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK 


! _ 
(Contd.) 


35 


713 




36 


625 


"" 


37 


670 


* 
5 


38 


809 


79 


39 


686 


200 


40 


677 


3 


41 


584 




42 


627 


192 


43 


641 


583 


44 
45 
46 


693 
658 
1.319 


274 
207 
50 


Totaf 


23,054 


4,448 


47 


946 


Q 


48 
49 


608 

767 


y 

159 
60 


50 


t 0*3^ 




51 

52 


813 
906 


2 
223 
134 


53 


994 


13 


54 
55 


732 
757 


103 
51 


56 


800 


-n 


57 
58 
59 
60 


679 
664 
788 ' 
759 


59 
157 
90 


61 


732 




62 


748 




63 


992 




64 


i i/\* 





65 
66 


726 
663 


303 
211 


67 
68 


701 
626 


58 


69 


684 


, 


70 
71 

72 
73 
74 
7* 


976 
885 
727 
659 
627 
859 


145 
230 
601 
659 
587 
582 


Total 


lt*4SR 






* "JO 


1>227 


76 


751 




77 


718 


47 



Scheduled 
Tribes 



155 

30 

85 

19 

5 



41 

6 

507 



4 
2 

29 
14 

2 
14 

7 
4 
9 
4 



133 
189 
31 

4 

8 

3 

31 



19 
168 



385 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E.B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


~1 2 ' 1 


4 


5 


6 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






Ward 4 (Concld.) 73 


869 


144 


19 


79 


499 


13 


2 


80 


694 


68 


63 


81 


744 


50 


2 


82 


599 




10 


83 


695 


5 


3 


84 


572 






85 


772 


265 


30 


86 


650 


464 


20 


87 


582 


146 




88 


707 


16 


3 


89 


701 


m 


7 


90 


652 


* * 


** 


91 


647 






92 


606 





* 


5 Total 


14ill4 


853 


33 


93 


696 


194 


2 


94 


707 


20 


* * 


95 


829 


13 


* * 


96 


626 


69 


m 


97 


1,183 


11 





,98 


664 


f ^ 


I 


99 


715 


6 


* 


100 


649 


^ m 





101 


673 


f ^ 


** 


102 


657 


7 


. 


103 


600 


3 


2 


104 


633 


64 


*. 


105 


636 


4 





106 


568 


4 


i* * 


107 


617 





* 


108 


M64 


19 


5 


109 


705 


116 


<* * 


110 


707 


44 


4 


111 


1*085 


259 


13 


6 Total 


8*943 


612 


2$ 


112 


14 


135 


7 


113 


561 


444 


* * 


114 


572 


5 


11 * 


H5 


685 


$ 


.* 


116 


590 


t 


*.. 


117 


670 


*. 


5 


118 


677 


- 


i** 


119 


736 


*. 





120 


6*0 


<*> 


-* 



386 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E. B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






Ward 6 (Concld.) 121 


495 


* 




122 


667 


12 


1 


123 


745 






124 


657 


_ 




125 


654 


10 


4 


7 Total 


9J01 


61 


290 


126 


691 


55 


286 


127 


644 


^ f 


3 


128 


417 






129 


691 


.. 


1 


130 


543 






131 


700 






132 


594 






133 


673 






134 


674 






135 


583 






136 


731 






137 


616 






138 


803 






139 


613 






140 


728 


6 


f m 


$ Total 


8,553 


66 


24 


141 


762 






142 


951 


2 


1 


143 


771 


5 




144 


626 


. ^ 


20 


145 


589 






146 


604 


50 




147 


393 




, 


148 


593 


9 


3 


149 


578 






150 


641 




** 


151 


763 




* * 


152 


609 




"" 


153 


673 


^ ^ 




* Total 


10>365 


333 


3 


154 


708 


21 




155 


602 






15$ 


632 




3 


157 


717 


35 




15S 


659 




* ^ 


160 


670 


* 


* * 


161 


598 


208 


* 



387 
APPENDIX TO URBAN PRIMARY CENSUS ABS1TUCT 

TOTAL. SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEMED TRIBES POPULAR- URBAN BLOCK-WISE 

' "" 



Location Name of E. B. 
Code Town /Ward/Urban N O- 
No. Block 


' 
Total 

Population 


" n 
Scheduled 
Castes 


1 2 3 ' 



4 




"~~ . 
WARANGAL 



(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 


1 


Ward 9 (Con eld.) 352 


672 




163 


689 


ss 


164 


643 


jj 


165 


708 



14 


166 


641 




167 


612 ' 


* * 


168 


1,139 




10 Total 


ISiSIS 


1.966 


169 


679 


488 


< 170 


718 


557 


171 


816 


57 


172 


717 




173 


671 




174 


743 




175 


641 




176 


645 




177 


720 




178 


621 


7 


179 


748 




180 


660 




181 


748 


31 


182 


676 


21 


183 


649 





184 


676 




185 


698 




186 


709 


3 


187 


716 


^ 


188 


590 


* * 


189 


715 


, m 


190 


585 


175 


191 


677 


627 


11 Total 


36,072 


6*352 


192 


593 


43 


193 


761 


41 


194 


837 


171 


195 


691 


475 


196 


715 


397 


197 


652 


247 


198 


635 


352 


199 


640 


423 


200 


780 


323 


201 


585 


no 


202 


12 


33 


203 


599 


,* 


204 


583 


44 



Scheduled 
Tribes 



17 



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388 
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TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E.B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


~ 2 ~ I 


4 


5 


6 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






Ward 11 (Conoid.) 205 


641 


197 




206 


623 


191 




207 


694 


78 




208 


664 






209 


593 


1 


*" 


210 


660 


200 




211 


779 


10 


379 


212 


1*451 


146 


296 


213 


663 




100 


214 


704 


353 


14 


215 


775 


103 




216 


705 


582 



4 


217 


645 


3 




218 


700 




"" 


219 


2,477 


28 



12 


220 


1,755 


130 


26 


221 


1.231 


20 




222 


698 


11 


17 


223 


3,107 


491 


155 


224 


734 


20 


17 


225 


825 


618 


i / 


226 


705 


366 


* 


227 


887 




" * 


228 


765 


8 


* 


229 
230 


2>194 
673 


137 


43 


231 


1*041 


* 


3 






* 


6 


12 Total 


6.523 


23 




232 


658 




" 


233 


613 


1 





234 


673 




" 


235 


719 


.. 





236 


687 


" 





237 


570 


*" 


* 


238 


642 


"" 


* 


239 


671 


*" 





240 


725 


.* 





241 


565 


22 


* * 


13 Total 


12*485 


13 


12 


242 


514 






243 


580 


* * 


* 


244 


732 


* 





245 


619 


6 





246 


705 


V 

6 





247 


723 




* 



389 
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TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOOC-WISE 



Location Name of 

Code Town/Ward/Urban 
No. Block 

I 2 



Ward 13 (Concld.) 




14 



15 



WARANGAL (URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 



248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 

Total 

260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 

Total 

279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 



642 
1,266 
726 
728 
577 
646 
709 
599 
604 
668 
677 
770 

12,871 

598 

681 

685 

736 

467 

661 

637 

677 

663 

774 

768 

704 

749 

676 

690 

614 

675 

711 

705 

14*848 

1,431 
924 
607 
748 
668 
892 
$09 
594 
681 
706 
.574 
690 



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3 

129 

116 

117 

323 

192 

53 

35 

89 

63 

2,484 
101 
425 
179 
52 
133 
338 
43 



47$ 
126 



12 



43 

14 
1 



2 

* 
3 



390 
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TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E.B. 
Code Town/Ward/Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






Ward 15 (Concld.) 291 


615 






292 


641 






293 


609 


413 




294 


689 


197 




295 


710 






296 


1,008 




" 


297 


611 




"" 


298 


641 


. . 




16 Total 


28,206 


2,312 


412 


299 


676 




14 


300 


725 






301 


2,048 




28 


302 


833 


219 


23 


303 


662 




13 


304 


711 






305 


1,665 


392 


* 
18 


306 


1,272 


296 


20 


307 


682 


51 


5 


308 


1,660 






309 


556 







310 


706 




* * 


311 


766 







312 


585 







313 


431 


14 


41 


314 


691 


14 




315 
316 


1010 
696 


140 
32 


43 


317 


642 







318 


725 


3 


* 


319 
320 
321 


700 
994 
637 


206 
165 
137 


10 
7 


322 


943 




"* 


323 
324 


3,699 
586 


* 
445 
7 


* 
177 


325 


685 


3 





326 


1*633 


180 


7 


327 


587 


,8 


* * 


17 Total 










J* Jar^r 


722 


61 


328 


685 


150 




329 
330 


664 
692 


284 


12 


331 t 


658 


* * 


* 


332 
333 


635 
764 


s 


49 



391 
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TOTAL. SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of 

Code Town /Ward/Urban 

No. Block 

-_ 



Ward 17 (Concld.) 



18 



19 



20 



JC. JB. 

No. 


Total 
Population 




Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 



WARANGAL 


4 




5 


6 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






334 


650 






335 


677 




* 


336 


704 


5 


* * 


337 


740 


278 


.. 


338 


628 






339 


637 




* * 


340 


633 




* * 


341 


735 




"" 


342 


700 






343 


702 







344 


790 






345 


700 






Total 


10,354 


1>354 


2 


346 , 


674 


45 




347 


711 


335 




348 


782 


769 




349 


703 


205 


A 


350 


643 


* * 




351 


916 


* 




352 


636 


M 


.. 


353 


727 


* 


.. 


354 


812 


* 




355 


688 


* 





356 


622 





.* 


357 


608 


.. 


i 


358 


600 


* 


41 * 


359 


571 


^^ 


** 


360 


661 


.. 


* * 


Total 


9*303 


759 


24 


361 


722 


* 


* * 


362 


610 


. 


* 


363 


617 


* 





364 


1,658 


108 


* 


365 


700 





IS 


366 


1,136 








367 


717 


* Ik 


6 


368 


830 


147 





369 


787 


30$ 


** 


370 


732 


IT* 


*M 


371 


794 


17 





Total 


15.709 


2,080 


ym 


372 


732 


.. 


* 


373 


708 


SI 


* 


374 


746 


** 


* 


375 


702 / ., 


301 


, ** 



392 
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TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION-URBAN BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of E. B. 
Code Town/ Ward /Urban No. 
No. Block 


Total 
Population 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribes 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Contd.) 






Ward 20 (Concld.) 376 


782 


782 




377 


575 


326 


226 


378 


. 636 


76 




379 


669 






380 


665 






381 


773 






382 


570 






383 


754 






384 


600 






385 


661 






386 


505 






387 


576 


f 


43 


388 


708 






389 


679 


13 


7 


390 


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103 


391 


687 


551 




392 


628 






393 


790 






394 


439 


."." 




21 Total 


7>710 


1,561 


138 


395 


642 


123 


8 


396 


650 


61 


19 


397 


940 


74 


20 


398 


734 


149 


12 


399 


740 


108 


12 


400 


655 


136 




401 


627 


211 




402 


673 


196 




403 


737 


331 


32 


404 


724 


108 


22 


405 


588 


64 


13 


22 Total 


5638 


1,959 


11 


466 


540 


324 




407 


637 


286 




408 


564 


167 




409 


645 


447 


*" 


410 


576 


530 


"" 


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665 


109 




412 


652 


37 


** 


413 


658 


49 


"" 


414 


701 


10 


* 
11 


23 Total 


4>766 


809 


33 


415 


722 






416 


670 


** 


19 
14 



393 
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TOTAL, SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED T RI BES POPULATIOX-URBAX BLOCK-WISE 



Location Name of 
Code Town/Ward/Urban 
No. Block 


1 2 



Ward 23 (Goncld.) 



24 



25 



E.B. 

No. 

1 


- 
Total 
Population 

-: 


Scheduled 
Castes 


3 




4 


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5 


WARANGAL 


(URBAN) TALUK (Concld.) 




417 


643 




418 


690 


* 
137 


419 


720 


672 


420 


629 




421 


692 




Total 


8,840 


1354 


422 


694 


27 


423 


697 


325 


424 


653 


12 


425 


612 


4 


426 


701 


287 


427 


609 


221 


428 


616 


88 


429 


1,110 


204 


430 


644 


8 


431 


551 


32 


432 


1,953 


146 


Total 


14289 


4,085 


433 


767 


504 


434 


705 




435 


704 




436 


636 


50 


437 


745 


100 


438 


744 


18 


439 


735 


74 


440 


599 


53 


441 


649 


110 


442 


724 


254 


443 


577 


48 


444 


641 


296 


445 


667 




446 


671 


457 


447 


632 


225 


448 


713 


230 


449 


656 


263 


450 


622 


352 


451 


503 


216 


452 


583 


349 


453 


458 


298 


454 


558 


188 



Scheduled 
Tribes 



491 



6 

19 

65 

121 

168 

93 

19 

378 
26 



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1981 CENSUS PUBLICATIONS 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA PUBLICATIONS 
Series-2 Andhra Pradesh 



Part 1-A ' Administration Report - Enumeration 
Part !-B Administration Report - Tabulation 

Part II-A General Population Tables - A Series 

Part li-B Primary Census Abstract 

Part IIl-A 
Ill- 



ll-A -v ^ 

i D r General Economic Tables - B Series 

I D ) 



Part IV-A ) 

IV-B ) Social and Cultural Tables -C Series 



Part V-A 
V-B 

Part Vl-A 
Vl-B 



| Migration Tables - D Series 
| Fertility Tables - F Series 



Part VII Tables on Houses and Disabled Population 

"" A HH Series Tables covering material of construction of Houses 
VIII-B Tables HH-17, HH-17 SC and HH-17 ST 

Part IX Special Tables on SC & ST 

Part X-A Town Directory 

Part X-B Survey Reports on Selected Towns 

Part X-C Survey Reports on Selected Villages 

Part Xl Ethnographic studies on SC & ST 

Part XII Census Atlas 

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH PUBLICATIONS * 
District Census Handbooks 

~& l^illage & Town Directory 
g J ViJIage and Town Primary Census Abstract 

(One Volume for each district) 



* Available for sale at the Publication Bureau, Government Central Press 
Chenchalgada, Hyderabad-500 659 



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PART A 




[73 


2 


Para 2 line 1 


1422-1948 


1725-1948 


[29] 


1 


Para 1 line 3 


3, 173. 13 sq. kms. 


is 3,713,13 sq. kms, 


[64] 


1 


Para 3 line 5 


86.94% 


86.91% 


i- 






PART B 




8 


3 


54 Chiknepalle 


39.659 


396.59 


27 


17 


13 Thupuram 


52.51 


52.61 


33 


2 


Alphabetical list 


116Yellapura 


116 Yellapurarn 








Ashannagudam 


(Ashannaguda) 


36 


3 


45 Kondai 


22^.48 


227.43 


39 


14 


58 Medaram Patti Chalvai 


. , 


Rice, Jowar 


41 


19 


100 Ramachandrunipet 


103.560 


103.60 


-52 


9 


35 Enchaguda 


5-10 


10+ 


52 


10 


fl 


10+ 


5-10 


59 


18 


105 Gudur 


244.2 


244.02 


60 


6 


HOKatrepalle 


CHW 


CHW,0 


78 


3 


3 Waddepalle 


1 ,302.58 


1.302.6S 


79 


11 


20 Kadipikonda 


PR 


KR 


79 


12 


13 Thimmapur (Haveli) 


Warangal 18 


Warangai * 


105 


13 


21 Gowraipalle 


EA 


ED 


107 


20 


36 Abdulnagaram 


.. 


TI 


116 


3 


29 Jangaon 


1,605-79 


518.09 


131 


20 


8 Mamnoor 


TI 


* . 


135 


13 


46 Thirmalapalle 


EA 


ED 


145 


17 


45 Kausalyadevipalle 


379.93 


373-93 


207 


5&6 


15 Shaimpet 


80 , 80 
(F.U.I.) (F.U.) 


SO , SO 


213 


4 


52 Marimusthiaya 


22 


20 


225 


2 


SI. No. 21 


Gudur 


Gumudoor 




5&6 


*t 


109, 109 


40. 40 


237 


11 


III Jangaon (M) 


7,306 


7,03$ 


240 


4 


Statement V-I Warangal 


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247 
259 


17 
3 to 14 


13 Wardhannapet Taluk (R) 
60 Singaram (Katachpur) 


29,574 

985.41; 651; 667; 
3. 206; 1,646; 1,560; 


22,574 
581.15; 259: 263; 1,575; 
798; 787; 115; 105; 21; 








507;483;34;30;4S8;62 


36; 153; t* 


259 


3 to 14 


61 Pyathipafc 


58K13; 259; 26*; 1,575; 7, 
787; 115; 105; 2S; 36; 153; 19 


98&4I; 651; 667; 3,306; 1.646 


261 


15 to 28 


60 Singaram (Katachpur) 


948; 760; 25& 147; 292; 444; 
206; 97; 200? ttt 27; 26; 671 ; TO 


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261 15 to 28 61 Pyathipak 

289 3 114 Dameravancha 

302 4 to 14 Ward 9 

302 4 to 14 Ward 10 



303 15 to 28 Ward 9 



303 15 to 28 Ward 



313 3 to 14 29 Nasikal 



313 3 to 14 30 Chinna Pendyala 



315 15 to 28 29 Nasikal 



315 15 to 28 30 Chinna Pendyala 




318 


3 


22 Komaravelle 


318 


12 


ISDommat 


318 


12 


19 Tadoor 


321 


23 


64 Konne 


332 


3 


10 Thorrur 


351 


2 


Alphabetical list 


353 


2 




353 


13 


65 Nail el la 


355 


2 




361 


25 


Wardl 


361 


24 


Ward 3 "' 


361 


24 


Wards 5, 6^ & 8 



438;87;238; 1;83; 86; 17;-; 
100; -;-;-; 350; 700 

876.88 
3 ,069; 3 ,093; 15,818; 7,975; 

7,843; 974; 992; 10; 7; 

5;441;2,883 
1,95751,978; 10,365; 5,332; 

5,033; 166; 167; 1; 2; 3,870; 

2,426 

,588; 1,170; 31; 1 ; 7; 65; 
; 61; 3,442; 1,043; 50; 

306; 4,337; 6,367 

'467; 303; 24; 2; 27; 11; 
92; 110; 2,224; 180; 22; 

16; 2,843; 4,714 

858.74; 494; 547; 2,833; 
1,439; 1,394; 224; 223; 63; 

56; 511; 140 

1,003 .21; 428; 462; 2,350; 

1,217; 1,1335449; 377; 28; 

38; 340; 89 

799: 594; 314; 140; 120; 391; 
221; 48; 144; 15; 17; 

78; 623; 722 

604; 224; 317; 10; 137; 140; 
19; 29; 131; 45; 71; 105; 

542; 804 

1,171.63 

4 

33 

662.42 
43 Gudur 
43 Gudur 

213 
43 Gudur 

13 
384; 238; 188; 263 



948; 760; 250; 147; 292; 444; 

206; 97; 200; 72; 27; 26; 671; 774 

870.88 
1,957; 1,978; 10,365; 5,332; 5,033; 

166; 167; 1;2; 3,870; 2,426 

3,069; 3,093; 15,818; 7,975: 7,843; 
974; 992; 10: 7 ; 5,441; 2,883 

2,467; 303; 24; 2; 27; 11; 192; 
110:2,224; 180;*22; 16; 

2,843; 4,714 

3,588; 1,170; 31; 1:7; 65; 108; 
61; 3, 442; 1,043; 50; 306; 

4,337; 6,367 

1,003.21; 428; 462: 2,350; 1,217; 
1,133; 449; 377; 28; 38; 

340; 89 
858.74; 494; 547; 2,833; 1 ,439; 

1,394; 224; 223; 63; 56; 

511; 140 

604; 224: 317; 10; 137; 140; 19; 
29; 131; 45; 71; 105; 

542; 804 

799; 594; 314; 140; 120; 391; 
221; 48; 144; 15; 17; 78; 
623; 722 

1,177.63 

4 
93 

692.42 

43 Gurnudoor 
43 Gumudoor 

218 

43 Gumudoor 
2 
33 

42; 23; 10; 8